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Infrared by Avenley-Brianne Infrared by Avenley-Brianne
This was one of the first photos I've taken with my infrared filter, I just opened it back up and re-edited it. It's amazing how much you improve over the years.

I love this photo to much to delete it, so here it is all re-vamped and more vibrate!
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tacosteev Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010  Hobbyist
Not sure what the IR filter is supposed to do. I like the finished result though :)
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2010  Student Photographer
It catches invisible light, turns everything green white ;p
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tacosteev Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2010  Hobbyist
Sweetness :)
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Mirvil Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010
go here: :iconr72: they have a tutorial folder ...hope it will help!
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks so much!!
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Mirvil Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010
you're welcome.
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bigr0b Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009  Professional Photographer
agree with czech, you need to take off the filter on your camera for best results...
really great picture though! i wish i had an IR filter.
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009  Student Photographer
They aren't that expensive. <3 Look into it. ^^
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bigr0b Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009  Professional Photographer
yea, i know the filters themselves arent too bad, i just dont have two cameras so i can devote one specifically for IR photography...
maybe one of these days.
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2009  Student Photographer
Good luck! ^^
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bigr0b Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2009  Professional Photographer
thanks :D
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Czechnology Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009
The good thing is to use a camera without the on-chip filter (which blocks most of the IR spectre). But not everyone wants to dedicate one of his cameras just to IR photography (me neither). Some cameras are better for this, some are worse - depends on the built-in filter.
Gilad had one nice tutorial on this, I'll try to look it up.
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009  Student Photographer
My filter is removable. (: So I take it on and off as I please. But I was talking about lighting. I figured out if you change the white balance it helps. (:
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Czechnology Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2009
I'm not talking about the filter screwed on to the lens but the filter directly on the CCD sensor.
Check out the gilad tutorial I mentioned a bit lower: [link]
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2009  Student Photographer
Oh okay. (: Thanks I'll look at that. ;D
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Czechnology Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2009
Here it is:
[link]
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Kilbeth Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
I think that looks beautiful!!

I've no idea how to use an IR filter though :/ Sorry!

But wow! That's a beautiful piece of photography there! :D
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Avenley-Brianne Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Student Photographer
Thank you! ^^ <3

I'm glad you like it. (:
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Kilbeth Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
You're welcome! :D
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