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Thank you Matt for your kind words.Darr,
I've said it before, but it still amazes me how you erase the film/digital divide. There is no better example of "it's the photographer, not the camera, or even the medium."
You might be on to something...My wife took this photo on her daily walk. (Processed for vivid color by yours truly)
I thought it would make a good still from a bad sci-fi movie, so I processed it to that end. Some people find the color version creepier.
I hugely boosted the BW response to green in the BW version. I always like the unreality of white grass and leaves in nonIR photos.You might be on to something...
Convert to LAB color space and paste the luminance channel from the black and white into the color image and then survey for "creepiness."