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Old Jul 2, 2005, 11:28 PM   #11
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it´s like a dream!
Which mode did You select: Snow?

Hi, Seemolf,

I feel the same too. Heaven should look and feel this way if there is one. No need for filter and stuff.

Nope, never any snow mode in FZ1/v2. Using HoyaR72 IR filters.
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Old Jul 3, 2005, 12:01 AM   #12
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Thanks you everyone.

I was kind of worried at first how it will turn out. All of these shots were taken yesterday and frankly, If you still have your FZ2 (FZ1/v2) and with the IR filters, getting shotslike these should not be difficult. With so manyamazing landscape in your part of the world, you should be able to get even more awesome shots.

After setting custom white balance (pointing at the sky), I exposedthe shots for 3-4 seconds after pre focus and perform some simple editing with IR conversion plug in downloaded from the net. Can't remember where but many many thanks to them.

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Old Jul 3, 2005, 12:31 AM   #13
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I have to agree with everyone else. These shots are out of this world!!!

#1 truly looks like a photo from another world in a galaxy far far away.

Congratulations, wonderful stuff.

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Old Jul 3, 2005, 5:41 AM   #14
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Although #1 comes close, I just can't pick a favourite.

They're all great images.

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Old Jul 3, 2005, 9:47 AM   #15
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...........and perform some simple editing with IR conversion plug in downloaded from the net. Can't remember where but many many thanks to them.

Can you give us the name of the plugin? I did a google search, and there are several makers of them. Chroma, etc.. Most seem to convert from normal color shots to psudo IR, rather than taken thru a IR filter with a IR sensitive camera like the FZ1v2. Tom:-)
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Old Jul 3, 2005, 10:50 AM   #16
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The pastels, ice crystal like palms, lines and curves are delightful.
BEAUTIFUL
Each new picture as I scrolled down was a treat.


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1, 2 and 3 are spectacular...like some kind of a dream world!
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Old Jul 3, 2005, 10:00 PM   #18
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...........and perform some simple editing with IR conversion plug in downloaded from the net. Can't remember where but many many thanks to them.

Can you give us the name of the plugin? I did a google search, and there are several makers of them. Chroma, etc.. Most seem to convert from normal color shots to psudo IR, rather than taken thru a IR filter with a IR sensitive camera like the FZ1v2. Tom:-)
Hi, tswill2,

The adobe IR action that I am using is called IR_share. I have tried searching on theweb but i think thename is toogeneric. Theother onethat achievesimilar results is BradsIrAction. You can download it at http://www.outdooreyes.com/photo95.php3

Iwill email you the other one which Ifeel give better results.






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The adobe IR action that I am using is called IR_share. I have tried searching on theweb but i think thename is toogeneric. Theother onethat achievesimilar results is BradsIrAction.
BradsIRAction wont give that yellow color in the clouds. How did you get that? IR_share?


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The adobe IR action that I am using is called IR_share. I have tried searching on theweb but i think thename is toogeneric. Theother onethat achievesimilar results is BradsIrAction.
BradsIRAction wont give that yellow color in the clouds. How did you get that? IR_share?

Unfortunately, I could not remember. But I think itshould befrom one of theIR tutorial site or forum that I visited. Give me sometime, I may find it.

Anyway, I did not see any yellowclouds. It mustbe our monitor.

If all of you will like the Action now, send me a PM and I will email it to you.
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