Adobe Camera Raw is a powerful tool that bridges the gap between your camera and Photoshop. It’s greyscale options exceed those of Photoshop so making a Infrared style image in ACR is as easy as moving a couple of sliders. Watch as digital expert Gavin Hoey www.gavinhoey.co.uk takes you through all the RAW processing steps.
Infrared Photography is a unique and original to capture amazing black and white images. In this “how to” video, photography expert Gavin Hoey www.gavtrain.com goes into the woods to take infrared images using a digital camera fitted with a R72 infrared filter. Be sure to check out part two when Gavin takes you through the Photoshop side of infrared photography.
Episode 23 of my photography series discusses and demonstrates infrared photography; this is part 1 of 2. You’ll also want to check out my blog – binarygraphite.blogspot.com – as it’s supplemented with additional information and links to sites describing this topic in detail. Hope you enjoy, remember to “Like”, and subscribe so you can stay up to date with my future videos. Follow Me on Twitter: twitter.com
www.Free-Photoshop-Video-Tutorials.com Learn how to make it seem like you photo was take with infrared film. Infrared film has a very particular black and white look. To achieve this look, we cover the use of the channel mixer command and the screen and linear burn blend modes.
Digital Infrared Photography Post Processing Work-flow is a 10 min tutorial that shows how I process Infrared RAW files from the Canon 450D XSI LDP 665nm.I use Photoshop, Nik Sharpener and Nik color Efex Pro to process my RAW IR photos. you can visit my website to see the final result
www.lifepixel.com Helps explain how infrared photos from our filters can be manipulated in Photoshop to mimic the look of the other filters. Visit our website for more videos and information on infrared photography and ir conversions. www.lifepixel.com
Video tutorial for taking apart the Sony Alpha NEX-6 and converting it for infrared sensitivity. More information and a photo tutorial can be found on www.IR-photo.net
IR (infrared) photography editing in Lightroom 2, simple conversion from IR to B&W using Lightroom 2
Some techniques you can use to process your infrared photos in Photoshop CS4
This Photoshop tutorial discusses how to create a digital infrared image using blending modes, adjustment layers, and filters. Watch more at www.lynda.com This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter six of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects course presented by lynda.com author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects course has a total duration of 7 hours and 18 minutes, demonstrates how to enhance images by adding light, drop, and directional shadows, and how to use the HDR toning controls, motion blur, and film grain creatively. Photoshop CS5: Creative Effects table of contents: Welcome 1. Working with Shadows 2. Adding Light 3. Enhancing Color and Tone 4. Creative Color Effects 5. HDR Toning Effects 6. Digital Infrared 7. Solarization Effects 8. Soft Focus Effects 9. Adding Film Grain 10. Creating Vintage Effects 11. Lens Blur Effect 12. Adding Motion 13. Vanishing Point 14. Creating False Panoramic Images 15. Border and Edge Effects 16. My Favorite Photoshop Plug-Ins 17. Custom Brushes Conclusion
Having taken infrared digital images you’ll need to process them to extract the best from them. In part two of this infrared tutorial, Photoshop expert Gavin Hoey www.gavtrain.com takes you through the essential steps to create a mono masterpiece.
This is an easy, but very cool effect to really make your landscapes look gritty and mysterious. As a bonus…TERMINATOR VISION!
Short video of my HDR and IR photographs. To see more, view my gallery.
Infrared Photography Filter: www.youtube.com For the full Color IR Tutorial, please visit www.PhotoExtremist.com
use photoshop and lightroom infrared gradation video version Hope enjoy!
photoextremist.com www.amazon.com – Hoya IR 72 Filter I also talk about it a little more in depth in my Trick Photography and Special Effects E-Book: trickphotographybook.com