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A Fresh View

By Ammonyte  
One of the joys of digital photography, is that as you discover new techniques for post-processing your images you can apply them to your existing pictures. For instance I've recently been revisiting some infrared pictures I shot last summer and today I found out that by using UFRaw I could get a better setting from the White Balance adjustment.

1s @ F11 @ ISO 200 @18mm

In Photoshop I swapped the red & blue channels, did a levels adjustment then used Topaz denoise on the sky and topaz Detail on the trees & water.

Please have a look at the large version, it looks a whole lot better large! Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to vote and comment on my earlier pictures.

EDIT
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Oops! Uploaded the wrong picture as v1, no noise reduction. v2 is the one I meant to upload. Excuse me while I go and hit myself around my head with a wet mackerel.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: motorsportpictures, wohlenberg, tractor and 33 more

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Comments


8 Feb 2010 4:20PM
Stunning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Scott

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8 Feb 2010 4:26PM
superb image, the colours and detail are excellent
steve
mikepearce 7 3 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2010 4:29PM
nice ir
sonsdad Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2010 4:48PM
Excellent use of Topaz and Photoshop, it looks great
Beautiful image

Chris
Roly 8 Wales
23 Mar 2010 7:40PM
Excellent image,V2 for me.
ripleysalien 9 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2010 7:57PM
Belting shot, love it.
paulcr 11 1.5k 9 Ireland
23 Apr 2010 7:25AM
Lovely. Havent done an iR shot for quite a while. Love them. Paul
candywest 9 1 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2010 12:17AM
i love this, truly magical

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