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Simulating InfraRed

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    This is my first attempt to simulate a monochrome infrared photo,... or in this case,... a bichrome, dichrome or duochrome or what ever. I used Split Toning in Lightroom, blue toning in the shadows, red toning in the highlights There is just the starting point. There is a LOT of tweaking to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    some interesting play - wish there were no wires...
    That is something I will worry about later

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    This time, I lowered the Clarity in Lightroom down to -60. The shadow areas now look a little more IR like. The grass in the shadows look more like the grass should. Another step closer.

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