how does this IR look?

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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    nothing much to the scene, closest place i could find to play with IR.
    here's a color version:

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    IR: is it close? (yeah, i know i need to find a better scene to play with :p

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    thanks for helping :)
     
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    Where did the IR image go? It was there when I first saw this!:confused:

    I was about to comment on it!:grumpy:
     
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    sorry all I see is the color version and a red x
     
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    Hey Chris, I didn't know we shared the same last name till now.. cool! howdy cousin! If I remember right, my great great great great great Grandfather came here from the Manchester area in the 1700's.

    still see the X in the second shot JM.
     
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    Whoaa! My family tree goes back to the Manchester Barlows too! :shock: :headbang:

    (As opposed to the Lancaster Barlows!)
     
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    It the RED X this really green then you need a good job:lmao: ,That reminds me, have ½ roll in the camera that needs to be finished out
     
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    well... you did darn a good job! I see a wonderful red X! I've no clue how you got red x in IR photography! :D
     
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    sorry guys. i was showing scoob about smugmug last night...seems i need to learn a little more ;)
     
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    I love how the IR picks up on the hanging branches of the Willow!:thumbup:

    Looks good. The only thing I'm not sure about is the highlighted branche of the tree behind? I haven't noticed them that bright in the other IR shots I've seen before. But then, I've never tried IR................yet! :lol:
     
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    I'd say it is pretty close, I would however burn the side of the house/building a bit.

    BTW I have found the best way to burn an image that you are going to convert to B&W is to not use the burn tool in PS. Just create a new blank layer on top of your color image and paint over it with a soft brush, using black with the opacity for the brush set at 10%. It will be very subtle. I often repeat this using many layers. This will give you full control as you can then adjust the opacity of each layer or even delete a layer or two to get it just right.
     
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    wow that's cool! :D
     
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    i like the red x better
     

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