Infrared river shot

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  1. hanyo66

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    It's a nice shot, but kinda "blah." I think more contrast or more of a diference between the sky and the water would be better.
     
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    I'll open it up in PS and see what I can do tomorrow. I'm not up for anymore editing tonight.
     
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    Up the contrast, and definitely darken the sky. A non-dark sky is the biggest problem with digital IR other than the long shutter speeds.

    Also consider stacking a polariser on there too, that helps even more to darken both sky and water but will probably cause vignetting.
     
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    God it looks like the trees the first part of the week-end here.
     
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    Thanks for the comments and tips!
     

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