2010-07-13

False Color Infrared


Ok, this photo isn't a real infrared photograph. It was shot in color with a Canon 5D and a 24mm TS-E lens. It's a two shot pano stitched and processed in Photoshop. The 24 tilt/shift is perfect for shooting perfectly flat panoramas. Rotate the lens to shift horizontally. Shift the lens all the way to the right and take a photo. Then shift the lens all the way to the left and take the second photo.

The false infrared was done using the infrared preset in Photoshop's black and white filter. If you're using an older version of Photoshop, just use the Channel Mixer filter in black and white and go heavy on the green channel.

To give the photo the blue and red tints follow these instructions.

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