PLEASE! DO NOT ADJUST YOUR MONITOR!
Hi Alain, this stuff is really interesting. It is great to see this landscape from a IR POV
Great note with plenty of details, I enjoyed very much, and of course I tryed a balance WS, :D
You are right that it is really strange, it looks as if you are working only on one colour layer. I still post the awful fast attemp I made so you can laugh a bit. Thanks for posting.
- traveller (189)
- [2005-10-26 22:20]
This was a great warning and a very interesting attitude! The note is extremely useful too.
- glazzaro (4605)
- [2005-10-27 0:44]
Interesting effect, well done.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-10-27 3:37]
Very interesting and unusual post.I liked POV,DOF,framing,visual impact and composition a lot.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-10-27 7:56]
This is an excellent IR shot. I did some of this stuff years ago in B&W, but did not save my shots. The effects are always so interesting. It is always good to see someone push the envelope and try different things. I would love to see this scene in a color shot. I like composition.
I have done a WS to re-adjust this image based on my own experimental work with Ektachrome IR back in the mid 70's. Yes! you cannot balance the colour as we know Our World to be, with this film, but you can get close to "reality" once you adjust the colour of living plant life to RED/orange. Using this film with a yellow filter gets you very close to seperating out the colours of a scene. The relationship between the B&W version of this film and colour, bear no resemblance. In fact the B&W version is soooo... much more exciting and predictable. Check this image out if you like.
...and a B&W IR:
Lazy Days of Summer
Thanks for the Challenge!
- archanabhimasen (51)
- [2005-11-30 0:16]
Looks very dramatic and scenic. Nice experiment here.
All your pictures are great (and highly rated, rightfully so!), I had a hard time picking one to critique for now. (My wife says I already spend too much time on here.) ;-) But the note on this one and the effect is fascinating. Plus great composition & sharpness to boot. Thanks for sharing! And thanks for your workshop on my polar bear. Check out what I did to the original with my Paint action in Photoshop, if you get a chance. Randy