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    good shot. haunted feeling. where was this taken?

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    Wah... that's a very nice and thought provoking shot...

    Got some questions... where are IR film sold, where can it be developed and what are the costs??? Thanks!

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    This is one of the best IR pic I've seen posted here so far. Great shot.

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    I think it will do good if you convert it to grayscale then apply some unsharp masking. Real IR film produces B&W images anyway.

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    Thanks for the comments. Pic taken at Sentosa. Here's the B/W version




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    Originally posted by ckiang
    I think it will do good if you convert it to grayscale then apply some unsharp masking. Real IR film produces B&W images anyway.
    I would tend to disagree with this suggestion. I personally quite like the red cast imparted by many IR filters and digital camera sensors, as this serves to further emphasise the "other-worldly"atmosphere of IR shots. Converting these images to grayscale loses that visual impact, IMHO. I guess it depends on the kind of mood the photographer is trying to convey.

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    The sky's red.
    So you took this facing the sun?

    (Note to self: Need some IR filters...)

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    Nope. Look at the shadow cast. Pics taken with Coolpix 995 using Hoya R72 filter.

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    hey that's the exact same shot i had in sentosa! except mine i normal film.

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