Early Digital Infrared
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Burma Infrared Images
All photos made with a Canon G3 and a Hoya #72 infrared filter. Seperate exposures are made in RGB mode and RGB plus the infrared filter. Then the channels are split and the IR red channel inserted into the RGB image.
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Hi, If you have time can you tell me how to do color infrared. They are excellent photos. Thanks
very colorful.. What is your workflow if I may ask>????
I've seen some decent digital converstions to B & W Infrared. But never saw a single color conversion that was worth a damn. . . . Until I saw your gallery.
I'd love to know your (Photoshop??) workflow. GREAT job...I am *really* impressed.
Jose Paulo Andrade
Nice IR Gallery.
The backgrounds are not red, Wilbur. However, the foliage is reflecting infrared radiation, that is what separates this from normal color photography. It's just a different way of seeing things.
what is the point of having the red background? Seems to look like trees in the fall but I was there a couple of weeks ago and there are no trees in there or at least not that color. Is it to look cool or what?
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