Do these work for IR?


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teerex

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Could not go out to shoot, so I took some old shots and did some pp.

Do they work for IR? Comments appreciated.

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Bro #1 works for me :)
Btw, found a free software that can make photos have that "dreamy" look.
But the link is at home, send to you later ;)
 

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I like #1 but would be nice if the person (photographer) can be shown more clearly to emphersize the structure.
 

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ark19 said:
Bro #1 works for me :)
Btw, found a free software that can make photos have that "dreamy" look.
But the link is at home, send to you later ;)
Bro, you MIA. What's up?:dunno:

I have downloaded an action on creating a dreamy look, don't know if it's the same as the one you have. Actually #1 was treated with that action.

HERE'S THE LINK
for anyone who's interested.
 

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Dennis said:
I like #1 but would be nice if the person (photographer) can be shown more clearly to emphersize the structure.
Ya agree about the guy in the pic can't remember who it is. This was shot in one or outings at Marina South Park.

How are you coming along with the D800 and the 18=200VR? Time to mod your D70 yet :devil:
 

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dibyogahari said:
I like #1 and #2

#1
Nice angle and tone.
Where is it in Singapore?

#2
The zooming effect is awesome !
Hi dibyo, how have you been. I about back to my normal self, can't wait till your visit here in Feb. A lot to catch up with you.

#1 was shot at Marina South Park, don't know if you have been there on your past few visits here before. We can definitely make arrangements for you to go there when you're here.

Zooming effect was done with PS.
 

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photoexpress said:
Something new with such effect... It make my eyes blur already ;)
Think #1 is the choice.

Cheers!
So the zoom effect is OUT.
 

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Aiya, D200 cannot do IR lah so I still keep my D70 but my son will use it form time to time so no mod for me. BTW I like the 18-200 very convenient leh maybe next time I only need 3 lens to cover everything form heaven to earth, 18-200, 12-24 and a FE. :bsmilie:

teerex said:
Ya agree about the guy in the pic can't remember who it is. This was shot in one or outings at Marina South Park.

How are you coming along with the D800 and the 18=200VR? Time to mod your D70 yet :devil:
 

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Dennis said:
Aiya, D200 cannot do IR lah so I still keep my D70 but my son will use it form time to time so no mod for me. BTW I like the 18-200 very convenient leh maybe next time I only need 3 lens to cover everything form heaven to earth, 18-200, 12-24 and a FE. :bsmilie:
Photographers are starting younger and younger these days.

Got the moolahs, you can have everything from heaven to earth. Ya agree, those 3 lenses can cover all situations.

Have you tried shooting IR with the 18-200VR on the D70. Can try if you have the time? Curious if there are hot spots at longer exposures. Some may be considering this lens for IR.
 

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Oh, thanks for the link :)
I used the dreamsuite one.
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After applying effect:


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Nice glow, but why the color shift to a slight sepia? Or is it my eyes, then got to calibrate my eyes again. :bsmilie:
 

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teerex said:
Nice glow, but why the color shift to a slight sepia? Or is it my eyes, then got to calibrate my eyes again. :bsmilie:
Alamak, ur eyes ok lah, the sw can add colour tint to the photo.
I added brown ;)
This should be useful for wedding shots hor ;)
 

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ark19 said:
Alamak, ur eyes ok lah, the sw can add colour tint to the photo.
I added brown ;)
This should be useful for wedding shots hor ;)
Wah heng ah! Thought I may have to go out of action for some time again.

Looks good for creating Sepia effect.

Join the shoot this Sunday lah. You go, I go.
 

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Hi Ark,
Can the effect be controlled ?. Like less soft or more soft etc.
Have not downloaded the software but I am thinking maybe next time they will have a IR filter for RAW files. Seems like almost all filter effect can be made via software nowadays.
Time to throw away my soft filters as well.
Maybe also time to look for a digital filter pack that can convert pictures to IR. :sweat:

ark19 said:
Oh, thanks for the link :)
I used the dreamsuite one.
Original:


After applying effect:


:dunno:
 

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Dennis said:
Hi Ark,
Can the effect be controlled ?. Like less soft or more soft etc.
Have not downloaded the software but I am thinking maybe next time they will have a IR filter for RAW files. Seems like almost all filter effect can be made via software nowadays.
Time to throw away my soft filters as well.
Maybe also time to look for a digital filter pack that can convert pictures to IR. :sweat:
Dennis, answer to your question is YES can control the softness and more.

This may interest you:
SOME OF THE MANY OPTIONS INCLUDE:

* Add Ghost Contrasts to images
* Offset Ghosting with Zoom angles and degrees
* Blend in Transitions and Ghosting
* Define the soft values for the Dreamy look
* Supports selections and masks
* Introduce subtle tint highlights

INCLUDED WITH DREAMY PHOTO

* Adobe Photoshop Compatible plug-in
* Stand alone version of DreamSuite Dreamy Photo
* Professional presets for instant visual solutions
* Easy to follow PDF Manual


 

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