Celery Farm Natural Area Panoramas – InfraRed BW & Full Color

We went to one of my favorite small Natural Areas that was close to where we used to live. The clouds were impressive so I shot a series of panoramas @ 17mm with a Canon 17-40mm lens and 12mm with a 12-24mm lens on a Canon R. I was mostly shooting with the Hoya R72 InfraRed Filter, but did a few without the R72 filter also.

The images below show the series of panorama images going from the raw image as shot with the Hoya R72 InfraRed filter, then the image balanced to the white card I also shot for color balance. Then going to the grayscale B&W Image.

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IR Image Hoya R72 Filter – @ 17mm – 4 Horizontal Image Pano

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Above Image color balanced with White Card Image for color balance

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Featured Image Converted to BW Infrared after white balancing color infrared image

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7 Images (vertical) @ 17mm – Converted to BW Infrared

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7 image panorama -shot @ 12mm – 7 vertical images combined in Photoshop

 

 

 

 

2 Comments on “Celery Farm Natural Area Panoramas – InfraRed BW & Full Color

    • Thanks Donna! Sometimes it is fun to try different ways to photograph your subjects! Always wanted to convert a camera to Infrared, but chose the filter first to see if I like it. Plus I only have to carry one camera and the filter instead of 2 cameras!

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