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Watermane by boomslice Watermane by boomslice
The weather has been simply fantastic here in RI over the last week. Sunny and cool, little to no humidity. What more could you ask for?!?!

In any case, I was experimenting with IR this morning and learned that white balance settings play a HUGE part in the end result. For this pic, the color is straight out of my camera and miles away from the purple/red that I'm used to seeing.
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Given 2004-09-02
Watermane by *boomslice
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kkart Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2006  Professional Photographer
That is just utterly incredible...a lil soft in the trees which I suspect is due prolly to the long exposure IR needs. But man......those colors!!!! Bowl me right on over!
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Sidman Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2006
Wow. I want to jump into my computer screen and be theeeere... Picturesque.
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chmielus Featured By Owner May 7, 2006
that is a nice one... I wonder how did you make water so orange? Was is only WB or did you use PS? Could you write in details how did you measure WB. I raed about a method with a white sheet of paper. Here are some useful tips on how to make such beautiful pics with D70 [link]

Hope to hear from you soon.
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texchotyx Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006
wow..
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starlitdancer Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Oh, this is gorgeous! I love waterfalls...water in general. It's breathtaking.
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V-1Ds Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
Wow. This is fantastic. Another great IR filter shot. I'm just dying to get one :)
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Autumns-Grief Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006
Very well done, but is this really a photo? It looks like digital art...or manipulated...
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Photographer
Damn,
That's Kick @$$
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timstapels Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2005
That water just looks too good to be true, very very inspiring work.
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PHXPhotographic Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2005
I can see this is already a popular shot. me doing some IR myself and as a friend to a friend.. Have you tried this swapping the red and blue channels over in photoshop ? It will give the trees a more natural yellow wash and the water would turn to a rich blue.

I like this shot very much. :)
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