Old House - Sepia Infrared.

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Eric., Oct 22, 2005.

  1. Eric.

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    So I already posted the B&W infrared version, but after the sepia conversion it really stood out to me and felt like a completley different shot. So I thought I'd share with you folks.

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    and the B&W verison for further reference :D

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    I really like the b/w shot.

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    Awesome lookin ! Cool shot :thumbup:
     
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    Very cool shot - I too like the B&W version.
     
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    They are both nice shots.I to like the second one the best.Very nice.
     
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    If I could still see the side detail on the house in the sepia I would prefer it, but I think of these two, the black and white works best. Excellent image. Just have to love photographing abandoned things.
     
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    black and white one is better in my opinion
     
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    Both are great, but I like the sepia one a tad more. The lack of detail in the side of the house makes it more mysterious to my eyes. Great work!
     
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    yeah, i agree with TBaraki, i think the sepia one is soooo much better. idk. There is something "eeire" about the effect the sepia gives. I also like how the white stones almost "shine" or "glare" out from the house in the sepia one.
     

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