This video focuses on image editing, illustrating the steps to take in Photoshop and Lightroom to get to a final select of the more traditional wind swept tree and big sky image.
- Now, my love of infrared really came out of…high contrast black and white,…and that can be achieved through an 850 nanometer…conversion, or a 720 and a 590,…you just need to push the contrast a little more,…and you can get there, so let's take a look…at an image of this incredible windswept tree…on the coast and process it with a high contrast…black and white theme in mind.…Now, when I was in the field, I did…a panorama a couple times, went through the motions,…and then I also took a single shot.…
Well, guess what, the panorama didn't work.…As I put it together, there was a little problem,…and the sea in the background didn't quite line up,…and that is exactly the reason I also took it…with my wide angle lens so that I'd have something…from that scene, and yeah, I wanted a pano,…but guess what, I'm really happy with what I have,…and I'm going to crop into it from here.…So let's take a look at this image,…and the first thing I notice, of course,…is I want to make sure my profile is applied here,…and all of a sudden it becomes much more neutral,…
- Infrared photo gear
- Photographing plants in infrared
- Editing infrared images
- Post-processing black and white, extreme contrast, and false color images
- Experimenting with infrared