Dear Viewers, I have been in “The Arcanum” since August 2015 as an eager Apprentice in Les Saucier‘s Cohort. Les is a fine Master teaching us how to visualize the final image first in camera and through the image processing workflow. Note: Red Colored words are hot links for you to gain further information on a particular… Read More Reaching The End of Sphere 1 – What?
Thank you for stopping to view my latest post and hope you begin to “Follow” me on my photographic journey of discovery. Yesterday we headed 2.5 hours north to “Tada Waterfalls” in AP in hope of shooting long exposure photography. No luck as of course given 42 deg one should know it’s not winter anymore and… Read More Rice Paddies With an IR Faux Color Mix
I’m amazed at the ease of using an IR-converted camera. Sure a little extra processing in Photoshop for white balance and color swap yet in the end well worth it.
Out of camera the IR image is fairly bright red in color as one would assume given it’s IR at 720nm. This above image is after I applied an Adobe DNG (RAW) file profile change in Lightroom to extend the range of the white balance temperature slider. Next, the image is taken to Photoshop where a… Read More Nikon D300S Infrared Converted Camera – 1st Image
Stopped on the way back from Polambakkam to witness rice planting and tree (Tamarind) cutting. Always an adventure. Rice paddies can be planted 3x per year if there is ample water while ten women can plant rice seedings in a 100 x 150 yard paddy in one day. Back-breaking work. The man is using his bullocks to complete the… Read More Polambakkam – Bullock Power