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St. Andrew's Cathedral - IR

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St. Andrew's Cathedral - IR

Post by Fel on Thu Apr 08, 2010 7:47 pm

Just some pictures of St. Andrew's Cathedral i managed to squeeze in since its just outside my hotel. I made a run to Chinese garden for about an hour too and rushed back catch the bus home. Haven't edited the gardens though..maybe later on..lazy liao @__@ the pinkish purple ones are unedited, that's how they look originally before post processing on photoshop.

1. Side of the cathedral



2. Anime - well it might seem a little too overcooked and the distracting lens flare is not helping much either but i kinda like the feel of it. reminds me of an anime BG.



3. Left profile



4. Right profile



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Post by jacksonccs on Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:04 pm

Wow... Nice...
Hope can go there shooting...
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Post by Fred on Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:13 pm

Infra red photo~ Nice one Fel~ Should try this one day.. Smile
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Post by LIEW IU LUNG on Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:50 pm

mystery feeling!i like the secret feel tat the photos bring to me~
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Post by CY on Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:12 pm

Effects given by IR is different from the usual! Man this is good! Good job butta~!

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Post by derricklim on Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:56 pm

fel, i love #3 and #4... nice photos...
these are IR?
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Post by maxgoh on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:25 pm

very nice ler....i like the number 4 one~~~~ hahah

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Re: St. Andrew's Cathedral - IR

Post by Fel on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:31 pm

thanks guys!~
Jackson : we make trip down in group do shooting there..should be fun especially night view.
Fred : DSLR too geng le cant use IR filter unless operate >.<
derrick : yup edited IR. already did the channel swapping.
max : Thanks but missing wow factor coz the clouds weren't right.
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Post by derricklim on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:41 pm

Fel wrote:thanks guys!~
Jackson : we make trip down in group do shooting there..should be fun especially night view.
Fred : DSLR too geng le cant use IR filter unless operate >.<
derrick : yup edited IR. already did the channel swapping.
max : Thanks but missing wow factor coz the clouds weren't right.

how's life in s'pore? we all miss you here... Very Happy
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Post by Fel on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:43 pm

apa lah...im already back le...it was just a 2 day trip to get my luggage i left behind last month ^__^. so rushed which was why i was debating to take or not to take the camera n tripod.
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Post by derricklim on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:47 pm

Fel wrote:apa lah...im already back le...it was just a 2 day trip to get my luggage i left behind last month ^__^. so rushed which was why i was debating to take or not to take the camera n tripod.

haha, icic... cool then... don't skip next week gathering... Laughing
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Post by Fel on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:51 pm

T__T not i dowan but now that eddy works morning to night i no transport =.= pfft~
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Post by chongcs on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:59 pm

Lovely, especially number 3,4. If the sky is not over exposed it would be much nicer, its a little bit distracting. Thanks for sharing!

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Post by jonathan on Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:23 am

* 4 is very good. jus nice for the colour n feeling.

good job.

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Post by simmon on Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:25 am

I like all the pics and just wonder how u do it?

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Post by Jameslye on Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:26 am

fel is very good in IR photos Smile

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Post by Fel on Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:48 am

Thanks jonathan. James, IR is always an experimenting process coz u never know what the end result will be..its always a learning experience each time i process an IR shot. the outcome can vary drastically.

simmon wrote:I like all the pics and just wonder how u do it?
simmon you can try taking those unedited ones i posted and experiment. what u do is to swap the red and blue colour channel in PP.
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Note : the swapping % is just a guide its really up to you how u wanna swap and the % as each photo is different had should be processed based on what fits it. After step 5 i usually keep changing the % till i find something i like then i adjust levels, contrast, colour balance, selective colour, contrast/vibrancy/saturation, exposure etc. till i get the end results. it may take several overlapping edit of the same adjustment but it slowly builds up the overall feel of the final outcome. This is one of the reasons why i like IR...its like a box of chocolate and u never know what ur gonna get.
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Post by simmon on Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:42 am

Thank you so much for the guides.

1 more question, how to make your unedited green becomes white(the trees)?

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Post by CY on Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:51 am

Maybe should get an IR filter and try this out... Thanks for posting the unedited pics. Can experiment it myself the editing process.

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Post by jonathan on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:23 am

very good sharing of IR.... will try it. thx you FEL.

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Post by Fel on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:24 am

simmon wrote:Thank you so much for the guides.

1 more question, how to make your unedited green becomes white(the trees)?

erm u mean why they came out white? actually thats what the filter does. this is one of the easiest ways to spot IR, all green foliage will be converted into a translucent quality regardless of how u edit the picture after. normal shots will turn foliage green to black as it gets darker. IR makes them look very light and seemingly glowing.

below is how the filter changes the colour of what we take.
green foliage = white/pink/ultraviolet/golden
blue sky = dark blue/blackish/greyish
clouds = white/tinted white
water = dark grey/ tinted dark colour/ blackish
buildings usually turn white/tints of white too as it reflects the rays.

Good IR subjects are foliage, clear sky blue with puffy white clouds, no wind, things that dont move, water elements, buildings. Combination of 2 or more makes the shot more interesting. i usually use AWB but some people prefer to do manual WB as it may produce some different colouring results. For IR the most important aspect is sunlight! No sun = go back sleep...dont waste time hahaha.

CY wrote:Maybe should get an IR filter and try this out... Thanks for posting the unedited pics. Can experiment it myself the editing process.

bishy!~ great, do experiment and post what u get..the possiblity does vary greatly depending on how u process it. i do know most pro that modify their DSLR permanently have better unedited results and usually only require very simple n quick steps to get a final post processed image as the colours come out very sharp and distinct unlike mine where its a little fuzzy n washed out. u can try google some unedited IR shots from online taken with modded DSLR n try too...those are much easier n faster to get processed image.
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Post by simmon on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:45 am

Great explaination Fel cheers Thanks for sharing cheers

I better rush to get a IR filter Razz

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Post by Fred on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:51 am

Wow... That's a good explaination and tutoriial there. Thanks Fel.. without this guide we might have been wasting so much time in Trial and error there.. Do Mo A Ri Ga To~
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Post by Fel on Fri Apr 09, 2010 12:02 pm

oh and before u spend RM180-200+ on the filter....do make sure you have a chiplak camera what will work with it or ur just wasting $$. most DSLR wont work with IR filter. to check get a remote control or something with IR ray see if your camera can capture that light...if it cant = ur cam cant do IR. u might be surprised but even digital cameras can do IR to..try not to zoom though as unmodified cameras with IR filter dont work well with zoom..turns out blur. u will need to use a tripod too. because of the long exposure. 6-8 minutes under bright sunlight and about 12-14 under normal sunlight. also depends on your aperture.

there are other nice IR filters around like edward long pass (ELP) and Cokin P007 filter.
these 2 produces foliage that turns a golden yellow/brown and skies into a beautiful blue. very nice too but not easily found....i wanna get an ELP as the results are stunning.


google = 'ELP vs hoya' you will find the first post is an interesting comparison on both these filters with beautiful images taken by mousedeer. there is another guy who amazingly pro 'dibyogahari'


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Post by simmon on Fri Apr 09, 2010 12:14 pm

what??? need to modify a camera Sad

i think i will just skip it Razz

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