I've gone off the deep end....

This is a discussion on I've gone off the deep end.... within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Alex, let me know when you'll be there - maybe I'll be in the area Thanks photog1 - yes this is done in Photoshop...I'm getting ...


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    Alex, let me know when you'll be there - maybe I'll be in the area

    Thanks photog1 - yes this is done in Photoshop...I'm getting you all hooked! LOL
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    very nice Jen i love the way you shot these

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    they are all awesome shots. clouds and fog work great in b&w

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    I love the look of these, infrared is always fun to work with even if it's not true infrared. Your photos are awesome as usual, I think 8 is my favorite though.

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    I love the look of the B/W. You say you did this in photoshop. Is it a pretty easy explaination? Because I would love to know this trick. Thanks
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    Thank you both.
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    PBROWN It's fairly easy:

    1.) Make a duplicate of the background layer
    2.) Make a new adjustment layer of type: Channel Mixer
    3.) A menu box pops up for adjustment of the Channel Mixer.
    4.) Check "Monochrome" at the bottom.
    5.) Set R = + 100%, G = + 200% and B = minus 200% ( - 200%)
    6.) set constant as needed for the correct brightness, usually about minus 28%.
    7.) Click OK
    8) Flatten Layers
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    WOW Jen, these just blew me away, love #2 and #9 especially, and many thanks for posting the technique too. I think I will be trying this out for myself over the weekend.

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    Thank you both.
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    PBROWN It's fairly easy:

    1.) Make a duplicate of the background layer
    2.) Make a new adjustment layer of type: Channel Mixer
    3.) A menu box pops up for adjustment of the Channel Mixer.
    4.) Check "Monochrome" at the bottom.
    5.) Set R = + 100%, G = + 200% and B = minus 200% ( - 200%)
    6.) set constant as needed for the correct brightness, usually about minus 28%.
    7.) Click OK
    8) Flatten Layers
    Jen thank you so very much, you're a star

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    You're welcome George

    WOW Jen, these just blew me away, love #2 and #9 especially, and many thanks for posting the technique too. I think I will be trying this out for myself over the weekend.
    Glad you enjoyed them. I will be posting more in a little while. I'm sure you will produce some wonderful ones yourself that you can share with us.
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    Thanks Jen, can't wait to try this out! Naomi
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