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    Ice Storm in IR

    I'm still trying to get the hang of shooting IR... I've only done it a couple times now, but the recent ice storm had me itching to see how it would look in IR...





















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    pretty sweet trish!!! how do they look processed without the colors??
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacker
    pretty sweet trish!!! how do they look processed without the colors??
    The first one is lightened and contrasted a bit to increase the dramatic affect of the shot... the other ones are pretty much right out of the IR camera with a little sharpening and cropping. Most people process the IR shots to bring out the much more vibrant colors and such... I actually like the nuclear winter orange affect of the natural IR shot LOL



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    I have to say that I like the first one best with the subdued colors... thats awesome!!! I always feel like I wont get even garbage out of my IR cameras during the winter...
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    the first is pretty cool, the others are too red for me.
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    I really love how the first shot came out!!! I think you do have IR down pretty well!!!!!
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    Great shots Trish! Im surprised your tree didnt have more damage! That a lot of ice!
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    great shots.... i remember that moon that night... awesome job...

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    Perfect subject for IR. I think the first one with the cooler color looks the best.
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    I also prefer the first one, but all are pretty cool looking. IR is certainly interesting. Nice job!
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