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A Different Point Of View

By Ammonyte  
Another shot from last year. This was taken using a Hoya R72 filter to capture the near infra-red. I'm practicing using a few new (to me) photoshop techniques, such as channel swapping. I like this other worldly effect, but I can understand if it is not your cup of tea.

1sec @ F11 @ ISO200 @ 18mm

Please have a look at the large version. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to comment and vote on my pictures.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: DaveMead, VIKI, LeeFisher and 12 more

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DaveMead 8 23 14 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2010 6:01PM
I think with a lot of these thimgs, they are fine if they are done well......and this is done superbly well.

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DRicherby 9 269 725 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2010 6:15PM
So beautiful. The colours look rather like a tritoned black and white photograph so seem photographically natural, even if not, er, naturally natural! Fundamentally, though, the photograph works because it's a well taken, well composed photograph. The infra-red isn't just a gimmick to try to liven up a snapshot; it's an integral part of a well-thought-out plan.
challicew 10 1 1 South Africa
2 Feb 2010 6:39PM
Love this!
Beautiful indeed !!

PaulLiley 9 2 13 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2010 7:10PM
Love something different and i think its an excellent result. Paul
csr 10 3 England
2 Feb 2010 8:45PM
Something different and looks great
jaktis 14 84 Sweden
3 Feb 2010 5:40AM
Looks strange but interesting


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