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  • Fake Infra Red In Lightroom

    I thought I would have go at doing a fake infra red look in LR.

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    Re: Fake Infra Red In Lightroom

    Paul, what about if you now reverse black to white and white to black - forget the "function name"

    duh! ps in Corel its "Negative Image"

    and maybe adjust "tones"
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      Re: Fake Infra Red In Lightroom

      I forgot to say, VERY interesting

      Now you have inspired me to do with the Bluebelle woods

      great Inspiration on a rainy "ME" day of Art & Craft * now photo manipulation
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        Re: Fake Infra Red In Lightroom

        That's rather nice Paul. Did you use a preset filter?

        My preset filter had a very different effect, this is a not-too-dissimilar shot with some darkening applied

        Messing around Howburn woods by johndal, on Flickr

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          Re: Fake Infra Red In Lightroom

          Thank you Chevvy.

          Originally posted by jdal View Post
          That's rather nice Paul. Did you use a preset filter?

          My preset filter had a very different effect, this is a not-too-dissimilar shot with some darkening applied
          Thank you John, no preset filter just used all the editing sliders to get the effect I wanted.

          I used to shoot a lot with Kodak High Speed Infra red Film which was the effect I was going for, none of the digtial converted cameras or software conversions (including mine) come anywhere near the look that film had, it was magical.

          I did do this version in CO7 raw editor then finished it off in Elements.

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