extreme false colour ir and a solarised Church

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7 Aug '16 Sun Aug 07, 2016 11:41    
oldjoe
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Post extreme false colour ir and a solarised Church

courtesy of NIK Viveza, been playing a bit with the NIK suite

Psychedelia, alive and well by Joseph Weaving, on Flickr

this one Colour Efex, Solarise. applied all over then brushed out of foreground flower/grass area. like the fact that all the effects in colour efex can be brushed in or out as required without having to do anything bar use the brush.

A Village Church by Joseph Weaving, on Flickr

 
 
 
 
  
8 Aug '16 Mon Aug 08, 2016 07:43    
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Interesting effects. First would be one for printing and mounting, may be a frame less mount. I think it would sell if you could find a the right outlet/partner

 
 
 
 
  
8 Aug '16 Mon Aug 08, 2016 09:44    
oldjoe
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thanks Steve, i think Viveza , which is the first one, will be very useful on any image where colour needs adjusting as i found it better than hue/saturation in use. just using fully adjustable control points as and where required. found tutorials on youtube by Mark Hilliard who uses this method on his IR colour images.

 
 
 
 
  
8 Aug '16 Mon Aug 08, 2016 13:05    
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I think I'm going to have to play with Viveza, both of these are very impressive


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8 Aug '16 Mon Aug 08, 2016 13:38    
oldjoe
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cheers sas , the Church was Colour efex solarise preset . in colour efex when you select one of the presets if you look to the right of its name you will see a stack of little squares ,click on it and and different versions of that preset become available for use as a starting point. did not discover this until a little while ago

 
 
 
 
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