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Tropical Garden II infrared...

By MichiLauke
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Another pic of the ' Paradise '... ;)

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden at kilometer 163 on Sukhumvit Road in Chonburi Province, Thailand.

color version -->> [link]
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
1210x910px 511.13 KB
Make
SONY
Model
DSC-F828
Shutter Speed
10/300 second
Aperture
F/2.0
Focal Length
7 mm
ISO Speed
64
Date Taken
Sep 12, 2007, 9:23:06 AM
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jusk2ruStudent Digital Artist
Somehow infrared photos to me associate with really deep memories that I can't really recall. ...maybe it is what I think it is....
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MichiLauke Photographer
interesting !
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jusk2ruStudent Digital Artist
Indeed.
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MichiLauke Photographer
Dejavu?
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jusk2ruStudent Digital Artist
Maybe so, but I don't think that it's from life, cause it's got that strange feeling...maybe from a dream or even something else...
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Le-MulotHobbyist Photographer
Featured here: [link] :)
Barbroute's avatar
great one :)
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SigrunHectorsdottir Photographer
beautiful shot deserves a fav :D
1uno's avatar
This photo is featured in my humble journal ---> [link]
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Hacky-SackProfessional Interface Designer
Great infa-red shot!!!
Anrold's avatar
Great IR !!!
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A tropical garden?...
Woww...
This looks like a winter photo...
Well done...
Great perspective...

Thank You for sharing it...
:kiss:

:blackrose:
Eleh's avatar
This astounds me.
I have no idea what infrared is.
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MichiLauke Photographer
Infrared Photographie you can do either with IR FILM or like in this case with IR Lense which you have to put on your normal lense to exclude or filter visible light... :D
Eleh's avatar
I'll have to add this comment to my bookmarks so I'll remember which lens to buy for when I get a decent camera :camera: :-)
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Rotscale Photographer
Own a Hoya R72*
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MichiLauke Photographer
I have a no name 950nm ir filter...
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Rotscale Photographer
I know there are dozens of tutorials out there, and I understand the basics of taking an IR shot. I myself On a Hoya R72, and recently started toying with it a bit to figure out how the whole process works.

Upon taking a couple photographs, I see that They are red and the vegetation is either pure white, or has a small hue of pink. Some tutorials are saying that that is normal while others are saying that the pictures should have a sepia look to them even before editing in PS.

So I put my red and white/pink pictures into PS and go into channel mixer. I make the red 0 and the blue 100 and then proceed into blue, and make the blue 0 and the red 100.

My result though just looks like a very blue picture, not what they say it should look like.

Confused about it, I tried just taking the original red and white/pink image and just de-saturating it or making it B&W and it looks dull and not very vibrant, like most IR photos on DA do.

I guess I'm just a little confused.



Anyways, Your picture is breathtaking and I give it my humble two thumbs up. Great work.

:)
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MichiLauke Photographer
The ir pictures coming out of my Sony F828 have just a monochrome somehow green color. So I have to edit the colors in any case in PS because the original colors are not so attractive... :D
pmartike's avatar
wow! cool :D
IHanakoI's avatar
that's great
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per100cent Photographer
It's =Pretty
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