IR B&W

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Stogie, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. Stogie

    Stogie TPF Noob!

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    Can't believe no one has posted yet.

    After seeing your Cabin post, I searched for all the threads you've started, and I'm really enjoying your work.

    Noticed that this is the same image as in your Test thread?

    While not having yet done any IR, in most of those I've observed, the green foliage tends to be very light. How did you keep the foliage here not so light, and the stonework so very light?
     
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    This was a very difficult print. The white stones were all but washed out. There was alot of dodging and burning in this photo to try and get some detail back into the white stones. I had to sacrafice some tones in the foilage to do that. Like I said, it was a very difficult print. I have an old Nikon Coolpix 950 that does IR really well. I might take it out this weekend and do some shooting.
     
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    The work you put in on this paid off. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your stuff.
     

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