Infared

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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    Tried to create an infared look in PS. What do you think?

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    I like the way the sky turned out, but to my untrained eye, the rest just looks like a monochrome filter to me.
     
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    ya know, i thought the same thing until i did desaturated the original:

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    Good job with the PS! I like the way you brought out the texture on the barn and the detail of the clouds. I don't know why but I really enjoy pictures of decaying barns. The clouds in the picture makes it look as if something awesome is going to happen to the barn. Having the barn nearly centered here really works well.
     
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    Nice, I like the effect. I have also tried this but have nothing worthy to show yet.

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    is there any good PS actions out there to imitate IR films?
     
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    i can write a tutorial with 4/5 steps.
     

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