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Iceland Sept 2016 – IR was fun

On a whim I took my IR converted Panasonic Lumix G7 to Iceland.  Knowing fully well that a lack of deciduous trees could yield not so great IR images but wanted to try it out anyway.  Here are a few from various locations.  All images were processed using Capture One 9.2 and then converted to Monochrome using Silver Efex Pro.

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The sea stacks in Valahnúkur Point in Grindavik

 

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“Standing like this will help capture a great image” More tourists in Iceland this time than I have ever witnessed.

 

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The Black Church in Budir

 

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Fish drying in the Reykjanes Peninsula. Left some color in eyes for impact.

 

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A small church in the Snæfellsnes peninsula cradled by basalt rock

 

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IR imagery in Incandescent Light

Going a step further with the same Iris,

Faux IR Iris

I took an image with my IR camera and adjusted it in Lightroom 4 so as to take the background to black. As the light was an incandescent source the true IR was not evident. Additional adjustments in LR4 yielded this.

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