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Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by CraigK, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. Howdy All,

    This is Snowball's companion, Penny

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    Shot with modded D70S, Thanks for Looking
  2. lmatney


    Oct 25, 2007
    Goodyear, AZ
    Interesting shot Craig. Why did Penny come out so normal, but the trees and grass look like an IR shot? I have never used an IR camera so this is new to me.

    Thanks for sharing.
  3. Howdy Larry,

    Thanks for the reply.

    Sometimes things just pop out, and sometimes different colors react to the channel swapping of "False Colorization"
  4. Great pic Craig.
  5. Good stuff Craig!!:wink:
  6. Thanks!!
  7. Morning Peter,

    Thanks very much.
  8. Morning Ernest,

    Thanks, Appreciate It.
  9. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    Very Nice!
  10. Morning Steve,

  11. 3whiteroses


    May 23, 2008
    Excellent Photo!
  12. ed2005


    Nov 13, 2007
    Hi Craig,

    Now, this is one interesting photo. Yo need to share how you get Penny looking like normal when the folliage white/yellow.
  13. photobrad


    Oct 1, 2008
    i think part of it that his camera is modded with an enhanced color filter....which allows in more of the vis light spectrum than does the std filter mod. I dont think you could get it to look like this with mine certainly. Its just a different beast all together.
  14. Howdy Angela,

    Thanks very much.
  15. Thanks Art!!!
  16. Howdy Choo Huck,

    Thanks very much, The color of Penny, just kind of jumped out after a lot of post processing, sometimes you just get lucky on things like this.
  17. Howdy Brad,


    Not quite right, when I had the Modd done by LifePixel back in September 2006,
    they didn't offer the 665nm, or even the 830nm black and white mod,
    only the 720nm was available back then.

    The results are Just from a lot of playing around with post processing,
    neat lighting, good color of Horse, and a little Luck always helps.
  18. photobrad


    Oct 1, 2008
    well done Craig! I havent tried to do that sort of thing with mine, i have the 720 as well...same reason actually
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