If you want to know how I processed the raw image in Photoshop click here: [link]
Balance by =nxxos- I like this image very much because it's such a magical place where the world seems to be upside down because the sky looks like icy water. Moreover, the deviant also included a link to a tutorial where he describes the post-processing process in detail. I think that would be interesting for the whole community because so many people are wondering how one can achieve such a result. (
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It's a stunning photo, and from the lowest level in Sony Alpha's. I know its the photographer that takes the photo, but its stunning and breath taking to see such a high leveled photo taken on it. And with the standard kit lens with IR attachment.
Your tutorial showing how you processed this image is so clear as well. I've always wondered how it would be possible on the Alpha series to take IR photograpy and process the photos, and its helped me understand greatly, so thank you.
You, sir, have taken my breath away and inspired me to try harder and improve my photography skills with my A200 to get more crisp and higher standard photos.
Sorry for the late reply, but I was busy moving from Thailand to Germany. Anyway, thank you so much for your comment. I appreciate every single word and am honored that my image and tutorial had such a great impact on your photography
It depends on the diameter (size)--I bought mine for only EUR 25 but now they seem to be a bit more expensive. You could look for the Hoya R72 (that's the one I use); it's one of the best, if not the best, on the market.
Wow man ! Wow ! This left my mouth open for 5 minutes while stearing at the photo Very amazing work, i love infrared, i'll be taking some tips from the tutorial you made, after buying an infrared filter of course