DA Infrared Education Week - Overview:iconprojecteducate:DA Infrared Education Week - Overview2 weeks ago in Personal Journal
DA Infrared Education Week - Overview
Monday August 10th
AM: Infrared Photography Week + Contest! by Kaz-D
PM: A guide to get into Infrared Photography by mIkeschwaRz
Tuesday August 11th
AM: Interview with LDFranklin by Kaz-D
PM: A Rationale for Infrared by mIkeschwaRz / Phostructor
Wednesday August 12th
Best of July-August 2015:iconinfrared-club::iconinfrared-club::iconinfrared-club::iconinfrared-club::iconinfrared-club:Best of July-August 20155 days ago in Art Features
Update 30 August 2015
Members and readers may find this Journal interesting. It is about Mentions. I know some people have responded to this Feature already because you have responded to a Mention of your work/ID. However, it looks like there is a limit to this and many of you will not have received a Mention!
Please extend a welcome to our New Members by visiting their Galleries and commenting upon their work: arfist :iconarfist: UnderTheBondi :iconunderthebondi: Sercy :iconsercy:
I would be very pleased if any members would consider helping me run this Group. This is a longstanding request. Contributions by way of behind the scenes activities such as inviting new members, looking for new IR and exposure technique works, filing and bringing links up to date are all worthwhile tasks. External activities such as writing Journals
Editing IR: Glow EffectInfrared PhotographyEditing IR: Glow Effect3 weeks ago in Art Features
edited by mIkeschwaRz
article by mIkeschwaRz
I prepared a simple workflow or tutorial of the way I preparing my IR shots. Within this tutorial several tools e.g. Photoshop and Nikon Capture NX2 are used to convert the IR image. Nevertheless, it should be no problem to portable the ideas to other RAW editors and photo editors. The workflow does not depend on the here used tools. This time I wanna present an enhancement of editing infrared photos. This effect results from a time when IR images were made analog with high speed IR film. Infrared shots at this time often had an energy glow, partially caused by film halation. Within this workflow I wanna show you how to build and enhance your IR shot. Furthermore, the here used values for channel swap, etc. are examples of given values. By using these, the converted file includes the look that you wish to show, in my case the yellow looking style. C
An Interview with LDFranklinInfrared PhotographyAn Interview with LDFranklin3 weeks ago in Art Features
Meet Lindsay, an Infrared Photographer in the USA. She has been on DeviantArt for just over eleven years and agreed to be interviewed to provide us with some insight into Infrared Photography and in particular to find out more from someone who has converted their camera specifically for Infrared Photos!
I first got interested in photography 12 years ago when I got my first point and shoot digital camera. I’ve been hooked ever since! I started out teaching myself, but then took a few photography classes in college to hone my craft. I joined DeviantArt back in 2004. My day job is working as a preschool teacher, so photography is just a hobby/side gig.
My main camera is a Nikon D300. I also have a Sony NEX-3 that I use quite frequently because it is convenient and super lightweight! My infrared camera is a Nik