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Bridge in false color infrared

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I took this one day on my lunch break. A neat little bridge over a muddy creek. Made much more dramatic through the use of an infrared filter an a little post-processing.
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DJKlos's avatar
Beautiful! What filter are you using?
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Terpandre's avatar
Snap in the fav box :)
wacky-j's avatar
can you sent me the edits to me. i have the infrared filter right now but i can't get this kind of pictures

thanx
brightii's avatar
Hey there,
your art has been featured here:
News Article / Journal.

Hope you don't mind.
DrNewtonD's avatar
Love the infrared.
x-pyro-x's avatar
Megalizardfan's avatar
I love the lake O.O
La-Vita-a-Bella's avatar
What kind of camera were you using for this shot?
squiter's avatar
:wow: this is surreal! love the richness of the blue with the brighness of the white! breathtaking
eriksimonic's avatar
Hey I have featured your image in my journal.
Infra-red photography
melanie99's avatar
Runaque's avatar
Beautifull one!!! :p
awesome shot. I just got in to ir photo. Could you share with me what you do on the post processing in photoshop? Thanks.
JohannesCourtens's avatar
This may help you a bit, kinda shows the differences in what happens in PS with different adjustments. [link] Hope it helps.:D
what are you saying?
JohannesCourtens's avatar
i was replying to your question...
tisbone's avatar
I love the bridge shadow on the water. you're doing great in processing IRs. the contrast and clarity are perfect
Loweredshadw's avatar
Your infrared photos are simply amazing!
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Dave-Derbis's avatar
hi there,

really good shot! :)
how did you get the water to that blue tone:? only with channel mixing? (my IR water is black)

cheers, dave
Behindmyblueeyes's avatar
very good looking shot :D

featured in my journal: [link]
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