Who needs Infa-red filters?

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  1. lostprophet

    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well I do!

    But until I get one there is always PotatoeShop CS2

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh. Cool.
    Though the "true" infrared pics look ... (don't hit me, DON'T :shock: ) ... better ................ aaaargh! *runs and hides*

    Nice processing... what do you do? Care to share? (I know, after what I have said no longer... o-keeeeeee).

    (And I thought you had some to give away... IR filters, that is, for free, to nice persons ... but after what I have just said there is no hope for me any more any way, I know!!!!)

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  3. Mohain

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    Nice edit but doesn't really look like infrarad to me. I really dont think it's possible to replicate infrared without the filter.
     
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    It is superb but I have to agree with mohain.It doesent look infa red to me.
     
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    If I had to wager a guess, it looks a lot like the "Calculations" tool with Red/Red, similar to what Rockwell describes here, mixed with a bit of blur and brightness/contrast.
     
  6. lostprophet

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    Its was done with HDR software and the Exposure plugin and selecting Kodak HIE and a lot and playing with levels

    as for FREE filters I guess I could ask my Rep but I think I know what his answer will be ;)
     
  7. Jeff Canes

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    that was the only reason I looked at the post:confused:

    The looks is odd to me also, IMO it looks more like the Sabatier effect without any partial inverting, guess that would make it solarization to me, but I’ve never be clear on the different between solarization and Sabatier effect if there is any.

     
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    I don't care whether it is infared or bright purple...... I think its a great effect!!!!!!!!!!!! particularly the clouds and the tree
     
  9. lostprophet

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    Cheers Ian
    glad someone likes it as much as I do
    Might give purple a go :lol:
     

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