Friday, May 10, 2013

109/365: IR/Lev V - Light reading

One of the problems with getting your children to pose for your photo projects is that the roll their eyes and complain and generally don't want to be associated with something as dorky as a parental project. After the fact, though, they ask for a copy to use on Facebook. Such is life.

This is actually the third version of this image, and I'm still not happy with it. I've come close to hitting the mark, but none of my various processing approaches have quite hit the sweet spot I'm striving for. That's one of the perils of false-color infrared: There's no straightforward, linear action that will guarantee uniform results every time. It takes a lot of finesses and guesswork to craft these images.

infrared, Canon 50D, levitation, girl reading book, Texas capitol building, Lisa On Location Photography, New Braunfels, San Antonio, San Marcos, Austin

Camera: Canon 50D 720nm infrared modified
Lens: Canon EF-S 10-22mm
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