Attempt at IR emulation

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  1. Geronimo

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    Thoughts or comments?
     
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    Seems a little flat contrast wise. I enjoy the glass lake and the cloud formation.
     
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    this image would be rad to do the Sabbatier process in a darkroom
     
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    gero,

    i love this image, i think you picked the right on try about of ir emulation! It really has a unique feel to it. I would agree with craig on the contrast... but only on the clouds in the sky. I'm diggin' the tonality of the rest of the image. sweet stuff!
     
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    Have to agree about the contrast. Great shot though!
     
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    Thanks guys. I was not certain on the level of contrast either. Looks a bit better at full resolution Thanks for the comments though.
     
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    It's a kickin' image. If it had been shot with real IR film, you'd be on your knees crying over its beauty. :wink:

    signed, the HIE slut :p
     
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    Cool image, gero. How did you do it? Is it just a setting on the digicam or ??
     
  9. Geronimo

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    Mark posted a tutorial a few weeks back and I tried that out. I still need so time behind the old graphic program to get it to work right.

    If I had more money I would just get an IR filter but atleast that seems to be with a lot of things lately.
     
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    hej, gero!
    i like it just the way it is....there's nothing i would change here....it looks a bit like an old, pre-war postcard, great job! :D
     
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    I like it dispite the lack of contrast. it's not like they all blend together. It would be nbice if the trees stood out more, but I still like you know? It's creepy. I can feel myself going across a lake on a dark grey night in a boat being creeped out by the trees and sky.
     

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