When Lightroom starts up, it sometimes seems to pick a random position within my catalog to display images from. This morning, it dumped me into a collection of unprocessed infrared shots I took in Yosemite a few years back so I thought it would be fun to work on one of those and use it today. Although the filter in my IR camera is one that allows capture for colour images, most of the time I tend to produce monochrome IR but, for a change, here’s a colour shot. The processing workflow I use for these lets you generate a blue sky but shifts all foliage to a fantastic gold colour.
Here’s the view of Yosemite Valley made famous by Ansel Adams but in a palette he would definitely not recognise!
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