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    How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Since we are doing IR with many different cameras, how about a more fun with IR thread?



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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    very nice, and good idea Cindy.

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    My thanks to Cindy for her help and suggestion of this thread. This is just a quick drive by shot at the SaddleBrooke golf course after I found something green to shoot a custom WB.



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    Same image as above just processed slightly different.



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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Don, I like the first one better because it is more muted.
    Joe, Those are both really nice. What camera/lens did you use?

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    Getting closer and more comfortable with this. I figure color will be the hardest so once I'm satisfied I'll start looking at black & white. All in all I'm very pleased. Shoot with a 1DsII and 24-105.








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    Don, Yes! 2 and 3 are my favorites. I love the clouds.

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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Don, I like the first one better because it is more muted.
    Joe, Those are both really nice. What camera/lens did you use?
    thanks cindy. i used my rd1 with zm 28 lens and a cheap ir filter.

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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Nice idea and nice work Cindy, Don, and Back Alley.



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    Charles, Excellent and unique processing.
    I'd love to know what gear you used?

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    G1 IR and 14-45 kit lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I'd love to know what gear you used?
    Canon 20D converted by LifePixel (enhanced color) + Zeiss S Planar T 60mm macro.

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    viablex1 - lovely shot. What camera/lens did you use? I'd also like to know a little of the PP.

    Again great idea Cindy!
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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    I've been doing IR for several years now, first with a normal Nikon D70 with filters, then with a converted D70, and recently with a converted D200. Two images from my recent trip to the Dolomites:



    I personally don't care much for false-color IR photos - I'm a purist, I generally prefer to convert to B&W, and then give them a single-color tone that I think goes well with the atmosphere of the image.

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    wow that second one is really nice!!

    here is a purer image..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    viablex1 - lovely shot. What camera/lens did you use? I'd also like to know a little of the PP.

    Again great idea Cindy!
    I used a Nikon D300 IR converted. with the 20mm Voigtlander lens

    used levels and curves for contrast and channel mixer to swap out the red and blue channel

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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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    Last one for today...



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    G1 IR and Olympus 50 f/2 macro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    G1 IR and Olympus 50 f/2 macro
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    Hello Cindy Flood,
    These are phonomenal images, certainly among the best of all IR images I have seen. Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa View Post
    I've been doing IR for several years now, first with a normal Nikon D70 with filters, then with a converted D70, and recently with a converted D200. Two images from my recent trip to the Dolomites:


    I personally don't care much for false-color IR photos - I'm a purist, I generally prefer to convert to B&W, and then give them a single-color tone that I think goes well with the atmosphere of the image.

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    Hello Lisa,
    This one is fantastic! Best regards, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    Hello viablex1,
    This one is beautiful! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Since we are doing IR with many different cameras, how about a more fun with IR thread?
    Hello Cindy,
    I love this one! All the best, Leica 77

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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    I've really enjoyed seeing the variety of IR images on this new forum! I've been shooting IR all afternoon so thought I'd add a few. I use the 720 filter and convert everything into black and white. Lots of interesting weather in South Park Colorado today! Eleanor
    Last edited by eleanorbrown; 20th September 2009 at 17:25.

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    Here's on more IR I'll add. this time slightly brown toned. Eleanor

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    Re: How about a more fun with IR thread?

    Eleanor - very nice, Nice range of tones and it seems by shooting with the IR filter it adds a bit more drama than just a b/w conversion without shooting IR. I really like the images you posted on the converting/modifying IR thread as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    Here's on more IR I'll add. this time slightly brown toned. Eleanor
    Hello Eleanor,
    Great contrast and composition! Best regards, Leica 77

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    Hi Eleanor,

    Great images as always! I like number 1 and 2 and 5 however the image that sends me over the edge is the 4th. There's a sense of vastness and being alone in number 4 that could only be accomplished in black and white IR. Can't help but remember images of the great dust bowl with some of these.

    Thanks for sharing

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    seconded 4 is really well done!!! no doubt on that!!!

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    thanks for all of your comments. As I said I've been really interested in the many ways to interpret IR shooting when looking at the images on this new forum. In some ways I wonder if I should have gone with the 665 filter instead of the 720. with the 720 sometimes the foliage is whiter with less detail that I would like and I think with the 665 you have a wider tonal range, even when you don't use any of the false color. However with the 720 I'm getting high contrast b&w...skies, weatherd wood, etc. which I like. Yesterday i took a few shots with my Phase back also, and the b&W converted images from the back don't have near the drama the IR images do.

    What's the secret to getting your images to show full res in the message window. Mine just show as thumbs. Eleanor

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    Don the soft false color is really nice in image #1. Did you desaturate or is this how it comes from your 665 modified camera? You did get the 665 filter didn't you?? eleanor

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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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    Hi Eleanor,

    I had the 1DsII converted by Precision Camera using the 665 filter. I've always like the soft color and yet wanted to be able to convert to black and white as well.

    The image you're referring to has no PP to it. I was fighting a hoard of bees and the best shot was actually more into the sunlight. I'm using the 24-105 lens that was also sent to Precision for the focus calibration of the body.

    Thanks for asking

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    http://randallcipriano.multiply.com/...sing_Workflows


    some interesting processing techniques

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    http://randallcipriano.multiply.com/...sing_Workflows


    some interesting processing techniques
    I actually have this link saved as a favorite and revisit it often.
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    This is a great example of why I like the 665 filter. Same shot just processed differently.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    This is a great example of why I like the 665 filter. Same shot just processed differently.




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    This photo is stunning and I like it both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Creek View Post
    I actually have this link saved as a favorite and revisit it often.
    cool, do you have any others that you like?

    and some you have some great photos , IR is really a lot of fun!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    What's the secret to getting your images to show full res in the message window. Mine just show as thumbs. Eleanor
    Eleanor - when you link to the image as an attachment (using the "paper clip" as you have done) it appears as a thumbnail. If you first upload to your galllery here at GetDPI (everyone is entitled to gallery space) then you can link to it using the "Insert Image" icon (the yellow square with the mountain in it right under the undo/redo buttons). Once the image is in your gallery, copy the "Direct Link Code" which appears under the image in the gallery - this is essentially the URL for the image - click on the Inset Image icon and paste the URL for the image. This will also work if the images are hosted elsewhere and not on GetDPI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    cool, do you have any others that you like?

    and some you have some great photos , IR is really a lot of fun!!
    Yes I do - let me get to my other computer later today and I'll post them.

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    OK, here's an IR image taken down the path from my house...cattails. the 720 doesn't give me much false color so I don't have a lot of different post processing choices......I'm going to see if I can include in my message. eleanor


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    Here's another IR taken yesterday at the Java Moose in Fairplay Colorado while we were getting lunch to take on down to the South Park wide open area where i got the weather shots yesterday. Eleanor

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    These shots show so well how the IR filters get wonderful detail in both highlights and deep shadows. love the sweeping tones in the dark mountains! Eleanor

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    This is a great example of why I like the 665 filter. Same shot just processed differently.




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    One last photo from yesterday. G1 IR and Oly 50 f/2 macro
    Nice '36

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    One last photo from yesterday. G1 IR and Oly 50 f/2 macro
    Nice '36
    Hi Cindy,
    It's another phenomenally beautiful IR image. I like the frontal view of "Nice '36". All the best!

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    Went to dinner at some friends of ours and decided to see what IR would look like on horses. Ended up converting them all to B&W, don't know if the color of the horse or because it was later in the afternoon.







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