Hayfield

JimFox

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On my way up to San Simeon last Saturday I took a detour off the normal Hwy 101 route that runs by it and took a side road that cuts across the hills and brought me back into the 101 close to Morro Bay. Along that exploration route, I saw a farmers field with a few scattered hay bales and though the Fish and Chips were calling to me, I had to stop and see what IR would do to it. There was no green in the image, so that cool orange wasn't going to show, but I thought I would give it a try anyway.

With this one it's only half IR processed, in that I did the first part of converting it to IR, but I didn't do the Channel Swap as I liked how cool the ground looked in blue. Almost like snow, but not quite.

All comments are welcome,

Jim

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JimFox

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Now Jim when are you going to combine IR with deep space?
Ha ha... like never... though... when I get an Astro lens, and modified camera I can use filters that only allow certain wavelengths of light. I think some of those are similar to IR wavelengths.
 

Jameel Hyder

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Interesting combination of colors in the sky and ground - almost looks like two different images.
 

Amy Nelson

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lol...Green Gold, ya got to love it (well in this case blue). You got some great cloud structure there.
 
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