If I could say how sorry I am.
I haven’t done any new posts for very many days now. I’m kind of stuck in Tallinn with my laptop that doesn’t have enough resources to run and open nor lightroom or photoshop.
I’ve taken a lot of pictures, but I can’t share them with you – at least not yet.
I’ll upload the best shots as soon as I get back home // at my girlfriends place.
It has been wonderful – the weather has been windy enough to get some great shots of waves, sunset and landscapes.
Stay tuned, pictures will be uploaded soon!
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As this is a family affair after all, go check out my boyfriend’s take on this challenge as well – http://andrespildistab.wordpress.com/
In this instance, the piece of glass being a Hoya R72 Infrared filter.
I got it for my birthday last year and so far I’ve barely taken it out of its box, simply because it seems like so much hassle to get good results when taking IR photos – there is so much post processing involved and the subject itself needs to be special in it’s own way as well. My boyfriend has used the filter much more successfully – as demonstrated here – but today I finally found a scene that in my view warranted the use of the filter.
The picture is taken in Luke Manor Park, a delightful little place, not far from Tartu.
For the past several hours I’ve been reading articles about how to process infrared images to get the desired results. After a bit of experimenting (Lab Channels being one of the keywords) I ended up with the image displayed above, which I’m quite happy with. The picture that came out of the camera can be seen here.
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