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    Carl, Beautiful--the sky is just stunning.

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    Carl, Beautiful--the sky is just stunning.
    Thank you Cindy. Are you still shooting IR with your modified G1? I was going to convert my G1, but as long as the little Canon keeps working I'll just keep using it for IR. Just had to send it in recently for cleaning and sensor glass replacement (started growing fungus under the glass). Back now and working fine again.

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    Nice Carl. I need to get my 10D IR out again. I had mine done by Lifepixel and chose their 'standard' conversion, but I've been happy with it--just haven't shot with it in a good long while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Nice Carl. I need to get my 10D IR out again. I had mine done by Lifepixel and chose their 'standard' conversion, but I've been happy with it--just haven't shot with it in a good long while.

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    Thanks Diane, look forward to seeing some more of your IR work. I hadn't used mine for quite awhile until late last summer and now that it is fixed I'll use it more often. Also a standard 715 nm filter, but capable of false color work as well as nice B&W. I really like the clarity and crisp detail one gets with IR and the absence of an AA filter over the sensor.

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    Couple of recent indoor IR shots with the 715nm Canon 350D.

    False Color Orchids:



    Onions & Garlic:



    The latter image was processed in LR with a custom dng camera profile and then split toned with a warm/neutral preset.
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    Carl – lovely images! I’ll admit to liking the composition and general tone of the basket the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thank you Cindy. Are you still shooting IR with your modified G1? I was going to convert my G1, but as long as the little Canon keeps working I'll just keep using it for IR. Just had to send it in recently for cleaning and sensor glass replacement (started growing fungus under the glass). Back now and working fine again.

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    Carl,
    I let the G1 go. I have an M8, so I do IR with it. I'm not finding it as satisfying as using the G1 IR. I'm watching the results of Jack's GF1 conversion...maybe I'll get another G1-- or GF1 converted.
    I'm not a big fan of false color, so the basket of onions and garlic is my favorite, too. It looks like you are back in business with your Canon IR. Enjoy!...and I'll enjoy the posts.

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    Thank you Don and Cindy. I agree that I'm also more partial to monochrome IR than false color. The M8 is certainly one of the more capable cameras for IR work without conversion and I enjoyed using mine for that purpose when I had it.
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    Winter myrtle growing at the base of an old silver maple. One of the few plants around with green leaves. Two image stitch from the Canon 350D IR (715nm).



    Some snowmen in the local park. False color processing.

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    Bowl of grapes still life shot with the 50mm f/1.4 on the Canon 350D IR 715nm.

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    Lisa - nice! I keep forgetting about this place.

    These were from today - all with a 1DsII 24-105

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    I absolutely love this one. I have a 24-105 also but I've not produced anything like this!

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    Two more false color IR shots from the Canon 350D (715nm) with the 24-105 f/4L taken today.

    Snow on juniper



    Cold Squirrel (-3 F this afternoon when this was taken)

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    Frozen waterfall and trail closed until spring. Hemlock branches in foreground. Canon 350D-IR (715nm), Canon EF 50mm f/1.4.

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    Ferns and dead leaves. Canon 350D-IR(715nm), Canon EF 50mm f/1.4.

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    Ferns and dead leaves. Canon 350D-IR(715nm), Canon EF 50mm f/1.4.

    Carl, This one is a winner. I love it.

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    Don,

    love your IR work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Carl, This one is a winner. I love it.
    Thanks Cindy. I also like the way this one turned out and will try doing some more forest floor macros in IR. False color processing can produce some unexpected surprises occasionally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RachelAnnFoster View Post
    I absolutely love this one. I have a 24-105 also but I've not produced anything like this!
    Rachel - thank you and welcome to the forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
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    love your IR work.
    Uwe - Thank you!
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    Frozen waterfall and trail closed until spring. Hemlock branches in foreground. Canon 350D-IR (715nm), Canon EF 50mm f/1.4.

    Beautiful!
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    5D IR modification:



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    Beautiful!
    Thank you Don. I've been enjoying your beautiful IR work as well.
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    5D IR modification:



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    Lovely shots of the old Mission with the 5D. Wish I had kept mine for conversion.
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    GF1 IR with kit lens.
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    That's nice Jack. Glad to see you got everything working well.

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    Thanks Don. I processed this one cool toned on purpose, but not sure it works as well as the neutral to warmer tone finish...
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    So how's the false colors? I've been surprised that with the exception of the shots I took the Mission all the others have been converted to B&W. I've got a series of the Mission in false color printed on canvas that's been selling rather well so I'm not disappointed in the lest. But ya just gotta love the tone of the B&W.

    What are you using for processing?

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    Don, the false colors are EXCEPTIONAL, at least IMO. See this thread where I posted multiple examples: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13852
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post


    GF1 IR with kit lens.
    Nice smooth tonal transitions Jack. Was this with the 87C on the lens?
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    No, this one was the stock 715 conversion. I processed it monochrome with a selenium tint
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    Couple more from today's walk up to the falls in town (Ithaca Falls). All processed in CS4 for false color.

    Frozen Ithaca Falls



    Icicles on the gorge wall. This one is spooky. I didn't notice this until I got home and processed the image, but look at the base of the cliff in the ice.



    A 100% crop of "the face".

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    Woke up and almost couldn't see the mountains in our back yard; cold with drizzle. Figured it might be a good day to test the capacities of 665nm filter IR photography. Here's a sample of the results. I've included images straight from the camera as well as those converted to B&W.













    I never did see the sun at all today.

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    With my 5D IR

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    Uwe - great images of Ft Ord and aptly named.


    Thought I'd add to my post from yesterday. This is the same image taken yesterday while on the back way to Mt Lemmon. The first images is as taken from the camera (1DsII 665nm filter) while the second was converted using an action in CS4 and the final is the B&W converted using Canon Digital Photo Pro.







    I have to admit out of all the images from yesterday I live the roots the best.

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    I haven't posted anything IR in quite some time, but just finished an experiment in IR processing using a photo I took in the Dolomites of northern Italy last year:

    In Photoshop, some basic Curve-based contrast adjustments, then Invert (swaps black & white), then Photoshop's "Diffuse Glow" filter, then another Invert. I'd never heard of anyone doing that before, but I thought I'd give it a try.

    I *think* I like the effect - does it do anything for anyone else here???

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    I *think* I like the effect - does it do anything for anyone else here???

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    Lisa - I like it too! I like the warm glow it the image. Nice work.

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    There is a wide range of colors and moods one can create with false color IR that involve very minor adjustments to hue/saturation during post processing. The following three images from today were all converted from raw using the same icc profile and same in-camera WB preset, but after the R/B channel switch the processing diverged only to the extent of slight hue adjustment differences using a hue/saturation adjustment layer.

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    Icy Dock



    Punky Driftwood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post

    I have to admit out of all the images from yesterday I live the roots the best.

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    I liked your roots shot also Don and the shot looking between the two cacti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa View Post
    I haven't posted anything IR in quite some time, but just finished an experiment in IR processing using a photo I took in the Dolomites of northern Italy last year:

    In Photoshop, some basic Curve-based contrast adjustments, then Invert (swaps black & white), then Photoshop's "Diffuse Glow" filter, then another Invert. I'd never heard of anyone doing that before, but I thought I'd give it a try.

    I *think* I like the effect - does it do anything for anyone else here???

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    Interesting process Lisa and nice scene. My only suggestion would be to brighten the foreground snow a bit and open up the shadows at the top of the mountain if possible.
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    Very nice Uwe. I love shooting old weathered buildings, doors, and windows.
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    Shot 2/6/2010

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    That I re-activated my 5D IR was all inspired by Jack's new IR camera and this thread. Thanks. We have more IR fun than ever.

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    Really outstanding image.
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    thanks I really appreciate that there is some great stuff on here, I missed the online texture workshop but really like that site. would love to shoot fort ord or anything abandoned some really great pros on here...

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    >would love to shoot fort ord

    Not much left. The scenes we shot are now fenced off and some are torn down.
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