First infrared picture. Processing is a lot harder then i thought on these. If anyone has any good links or tips on how to do this please let me know!
Proof that infra-red doesn't have to be light and airy to be dramatic. Infrared by ~Metalius13 entices us into a dreamworld of depth and rich colour with reflections that are pure eye-candy. (
Any camera information? It looks a bit grainy, not sure what ISO you use but I found that 200, or lower if you can, or maybe 400 tops comes out crisper. Post processing from what I read and understand its a matter of swapping the red and blue channels. I use GIMP with an auto white balance then swap the red and blue channels. Hope this helps. Iam just starting to get into IR photography as well.
What an amazing photo was this taken on a long exposure? and is it only one exposure or multiple exposures? i love the reflections from the sky in the water and the darkness of the trees draws you eye right into the photo.