The Infrared Image Thread

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Two different approaches to post-processing 720nm infrared images of our local community hall.

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BP Community Hall (IR)
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Path to our local ferry wharf. Image processed to simulate an 830nm filter using a 720nm converted E-M1.1.

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Walk to Cabarita Ferry Wharf
 

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Thanks. Based on comments from my wife I am finding that IR colour transformations are a personal taste. We must be of a similar mindset about this.
Well, I really like the one just above. I never shot IR film, but my tastes are informed by that style. The combination of not wanting to use filters to get to B&W IR and not fully grasping the color thing is why I had mine converted monochrome. I admire the creativity, and the full-spectrum can be stunning.
 

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The attached images was an experiment to see how much colour I could extract from a 720 nm infrared image post-process using the CLiR panel in Photoshop. The first image had in-camera WB, specific DCP profile for the camera and basic tonal adjustments in Lightroom applied. It was then edited in Photoshop as described above.

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Breakfast Point Country Club
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Infrared image of an Australian Lorikeet who was very cooperative.

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I had my EM1.2 adapted to full spectrum by Kolari just before a trip to Utah. The photos are mostly with the Oly 14-150 and a film-era red (Wratten 25A) filter. The first one (...552) was with my 12-40 and a 850 nm filter. I really like the effect with small clouds.
 

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Rocky Ridge Brewing, Busselton WA...

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