In response to that epic upload of the Dawn at Point Lonsdale series a few days ago, many have requested to see the colour version that was used to create the pseudo-infrared Dawn at Point Lonsdale #6 … here it is!
I was happy to oblige because I used this particular image as a basis for my blog entry, Essential Photography Filters Illustrated, which steps through each of the filters used to capture this image and illustrates the enhancements that each have provided to the final image.
Admittedly, this is not the actual colour image that was used to create the infrared version, but it is the same original capture. While the version used for the infrared was actually a HDR generated from this and two other bracketed exposures, this version is almost “as-shot”, with just minor post processing to clean up the image a little. I have chosen to publish this one instead so that readers of my blog post would not be confused by the further addition of HDR into the mix.
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If you liked this image, you may also be interested in the following images, which were captured during the same shoot…