IR excursion in the park: part 2 of 2

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  1. clarinetJWD

    clarinetJWD The Naked Spammer Staff Member

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    There are 12 photos, so I split them into 2 threads.
    These were all taken in Houston's Museum District with the Hoya R72 IR filter and a D70. They were processed in Photoshop using Gwarf's method.

    Part 1 can be found here

    1. The color processing here took me over an hour and a half, sou you better appreciate it :lol:
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    2. St. Paul's Methodist Church
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    3. The reflection pool at the something monument. (It looks like a mini Washington monument)
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    4. Another from the Japanese garden
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    5. Just a steeple (another that took a while to process)
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    6. "Terrace"
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  2. Verbal

    Verbal $100

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    3 and 5 are cool!
     
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    the last one is my favorite in this bunch.

    i really like the orange/red/amber colored ones, great job! :D
     
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    Another great set here.. Really like 3 and 6 this time! Keep them coming!
     
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    You are SO hooking me in this infrared thing. I have to try it because of you. Your shots are incredible!!

    When it goes gradient from one overall tone near the top to another near the bottom, I wonder if that is a multiplied-blending mode layer, or if it just turns out that way....?:confused: I will have to try and find out!

    Awesome shots. I have no comments really, they're just beautiful.
     
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    These are awesome. I will have to check out this technigue. HOW FUN.
    I LIKE #3 the best....like them ALL.

    Can't wait to see more.
     
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    PachelbelsCanon350D TPF Noob!

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    I just read Gwarf's tutorial and found out. :lmao: Awesome tutorial, I bookmarked it.
     
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    These are just killer. Holy moly. I can t pick a fave here. They are all too good.
     
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    Without a doubt #3 is best shot, the gradient is perfectly balanced with the picture. On the same token I would be very carful when working with gradients, sometimes when I used graidents, I over did it and the picture turned out like I left it lying around in some acid chemical. #4 seems to be heading in that direction, but no where near as bad as how my photos turned out. The photos is great but I would keep that note in the back of my head.
     
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    Great shots here!
    Pachbel-could you point me to the tutorial? I can't seem to find it. Thanks!
     
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    3 is my personal fav! I like the colour tones in it. good job!
     
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    Wow - it's such a different take isn't it! I imagine shots like these are going to become increasingly popular!

    Rob
     

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