Kendall, Miami Suburbs
January 28, 2015
One of my favorite ways to capture an IR image is to shoot through the trees on a crisp clear day with a cloudless sky. Fortunately this is exactly what is plentiful this time of year in South Florida.
My processing steps were a channel mixer swap of the blue channel only. Actually I used a Kolarivision action to do just that, then followed by a hue adjustment on the blue channel. The base image was taken with a Lumix GX1 converted with a 590nm filter.
You can find more in my color InfraRed gallery.
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