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Old Nov 22, 2004, 9:28 PM   #1
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The foliage is about gone in NE USA but brances without leaves can be just as emotive, perhaps more so. Here is the same shot with from the fz1 with a hoya r72 ir filter andwb set manually with the filter in place. First straight from the camera and then post-processed with Brad's ir Photoshop action. See http://www.outdooreyes.com/photo94.php3

FZ1 with Hoya r72; manual wb through filter


Same shot post-processed through Neat Image, Brad's action, usm

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Old Nov 22, 2004, 10:34 PM   #2
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nice shots....

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Old Nov 22, 2004, 10:48 PM   #3
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God I love that IR stuff.

Outstanding shot.

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Old Nov 23, 2004, 3:40 AM   #4
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God I love that IR stuff.

Outstanding shot.

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Bobc... it's addictive. So much so, that I find 2/3's of the photos I am taking lately are ir landscapes. I'm off today, and intend to go out and shoot some. The fz-1, if you can get it for less than $200, is worth it to pick up just for ir. The ir filter itself is cheap - $35 or so.

Great shots, Fred, as always. I find that while I like the bradsir action, its effect works more with certain shots and though they look "different" in some instances, they don't necessarily look better in all cases

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Old Nov 23, 2004, 8:13 AM   #5
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I find that while I like the bradsir action, its effect works more with certain shots and though they look "different" in some instances, they don't necessarily look better in all cases
Agree, Nick. I'm really not much of a post-processor, anyway. I much prefer straight from the camera and the fz1/r72 can certainly deliver there. Brad's action really is nothing more than channel mixing and levels. It's the noise reduction prior to that that is time consuming if you're doing it one at a time. Is there a decent noise reduction plug in for photoshop? That would help if you could do it all with a couple of clicks in ps.
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Is there a decent noise reduction plug in for photoshop?* That would help if you could do it all with a couple of clicks in ps.
There's a few excellent ones but I prefer Neat Image, as it has downloadable (free) noise profiles specific to various digitals, including the FZ-1.
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Like your post-processed shot

I also prefer Neat Image...it's for free




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