Central Parc New York in IR With G1

StudioHeraBell

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Shot this summer.

To see the entire New York trip Blog which was shot with Lumix G1 pls. visit the link:

http://anthonyheraadventures.blogspot.com/

Cheers,

Hera Bell

Professional Montreal photographer Hera Bell's Industrial Wedding Commercial Editorial Portrait Glamour Food Catalogue Decor Product Travel Photography. Digital Montreal Photo Studio. Photographe a Montreal pour photos de mariage, bb, maternit, fa
 

StudioHeraBell

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Behind The Camera. But home is in Montreal.
I used to shoot IR film. Then print them in a darkroom. The films were usually grainer. But the contrast levels could be adjusted under the enlarger in the darkroom.

I search that look when I shoot digital IR minus the grain.

Therefor I adjust the contrast, sometimes slightly use the clarity in RAW editing.

Otherwise basically, you need the tripod, shutter release extention, the IR filter, and keep your G1 in B&W mode. I shoot on manual mode. Long exposures. Therefor any slight movement is recorded as blurr.

To acheive good IR, you still need like the old film era, coulds in the sky and super sun...

I did a 3D IR project for Panasonic (japan). Yup with my G1. It was hard but fun.

I hope this info helped you. Thank you for commenting and encouraging me to post at the Forum.

You are a very good photographer yourself.

Cheers,

Hera Bell

Professional Montreal photographer Hera Bell's Industrial Wedding Commercial Editorial Portrait Glamour Food Catalogue Decor Product Travel Photography. Digital Montreal Photo Studio. Photographe a Montreal pour photos de mariage, bb, maternit, fa


Beautiful image.
Thanks for posting. Would you mind explaining some of your PP and capture ideas?
Don
 
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