Monday, August 28, 2017

Summer is designed for Infra Red photography

It's August Bank Holiday here in the UK and a chance to get out and explore the local area from my house, on foot, with my IR converted EOSM, with an 11-22mm lens. The explorations today included a local moated house.

The camera is also 'hacked' with two grips and an LCD viewer from

My post processing is mainly (totally for the images below) in LR.

After applying a linear 'gamma' and an IR DNG profile to recover the white balance to a more reasonable starting position in LR, I then make good use of dehaze and other LR sliders to get the look I'm after.

 As usual, I welcome any feedback on my post and images.

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