Deciduous vs coniferous

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  1. flyingseale

    flyingseale TPF Noob!

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    A couple of shots from last week when I went for a stroll in the New Forest. Unfortunately forgot that I'd set the camera at iso1000, so all images lacked detail. So I had a go at some B&W conversions to see if anything could be salvaged. What do you think?
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    i like them, are they infrared?
     
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    Not IR. Just converted using lightroom greyscale conversion and then adjusted contrast using curves in CS2.
     
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    I particularly like the second with the straight tree trunks only!
    So I assume the ground was sunlit?
    Else where would the amount of brightness come from that made Shorty think this could be IR photography...
     
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    Yes. Brightly lit ferns
     

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