My first IR (56k)

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  1. KenCo

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    Okay my first go with the ir filter....a litlle more tricky than I expected.

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    This I only changed the white balance in my raw prog, liked the way it looked so no other processing.

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    And lastly my fave of the bunch.

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    TFL.
    Ken.
     
  2. bytch_mynickname

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    Wow, they are stunning. I am so intrigued by IR but yet I never go out and try it:er: For a first try, these are amazing. My first try was a complete flop, as usuual. Do you mind me asking what your shutter speed and aperture that you use for IR is? Were these taken with the 50mm lens? Great series.

    I really love 2, the softness makes it more appealing to me.
     
  3. Kevin D Burns

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    1, 2 are beautiful
     
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    Good stuff, even if they were not IR, I bet they would still look good
     
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    I'm new to photography and so have no idea about IR but I love I think they are fantastic. For me the ones that appeal to me are the first, forth and fifth shots.

    It could be just me but the second shot is a little hard on the eyes for me.
     
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    Great shots KenCo. Excellent first attempt! I really really like the 2nd one! :thumbup:
     
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    The second one is stunning!
     
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    cool shots ken, love the second one and the orangy one. i had a look on your website. you have so many great images for only a couple years worth of work... you live in a very photogenic place - and you definitely have the eye for capturing it... :thumbup:
     
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    The haybales are great, nice work!
     
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    Wow...when I saw KenCo, goes IR....I thought ...this is gonna rock. Awesome man. Very well done.
    I gotta call Airic.:D
     
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    wow great ... I love this filter more and more ...*I need one too*
     
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    wicked IR. I wish my first attempt went like this. But nooooooooo, it was a big flop :)
    The second one with the haybales is very nice :thumbup:
     

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