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Raspberry Falls by JeanFan Raspberry Falls by JeanFan
im hungry now :D
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Great Falls
IR photo
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donno why i chose this color edit...:giggle: it reminded me of raspberries...mmmm raspberry and vanilla ice cream
here are some other edits/tutorial for IR editing:
[link]
my cams not the most IR sensitive camera in the world ^^; ...so i never understood the tutorials of the dslr ppl...what magenta are they talking about?!?! anyway...this is how i edit IR...i can only get duo tones ^^; wish i could have a full spectrum like dslr folk =P
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:iconp0rphyrogene:
p0rphyrogene Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2007
Looks like a dream.. just beautiful :) The duo-tone doesn't hurt at all here...
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JeanFan Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you :hug:
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phessler Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
beautiful shot, and the colours are excellent. Looks like a winter/snow shot
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JeanFan Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks :D
IR (infrared) causes the winter/snow effect since grass reflection a lot more infrared light ;)
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phessler Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
ahh, very cool. I'll have to play around with this technique.
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crazy1ady Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2007
What camera are you using and can you/have you tried to set a custom white balance with the filter attached before taking an infrared shot. If not and you are able to set the white balance, try to set a custom one whilst you have the filter attached. This is probably the reason you only get due tone pictures, at least that was the case for me.

This is a great shot anyway, but hope this advice helps. :)
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JeanFan Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
for this one i used my konica minolta dimage z6
it's not a dslr or anything...nor is it very sensitive to IR with only 4 seconds shutter speed :shrug:
if i manually white balance it i just get a white picture
luckily my new dslr can handle various colors with 30 second shutter speed ;)
thanks though
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crazy1ady Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2007
:w00t: glad you found a solution. I do like this particular image though. I like the reds. :)
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JeanFan Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
glad you like it :hug:
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TheGreatNadnerb Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2007
Infrared + capturing the motion of water = beautiful image. Good job! :)
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