rheros ADMIN April 9, 2007
Please note that I have added Group Rules... mainly to clarify what a lot of you have been asking about, ie, the "true IR" vs. "fake IR" question. I have nothing against fake IR work but do think that this group should only be for images that are real - ie that were shot in the infrared spectrum, NOT digitally modified to recreate the IR look and feel. Thanks for sharing your work and being a member!
Group DescriptionI know there is one group out there for Infrared in general (and it's great) but I thought it might be nice to have a separate group to focus specifically on digital infrared.
I think it would also be GREAT if every photo on here included technical data such as type of camera/lens, any modifications made to the camera, type of filter, any post-exposure editing that was done, and routine shot information (F-stop, shutter speed, exposure compensation, etc.)
Digital Infrared is very unique and difficult, so let's all share as much as we know!
Group Rules1. Digital Infrared photography only. In other words, NOT traditional infrared film work that has been scanned into a digital file.
2. True infrared spectrum photography only. No "fake IR" work or regular (non-IR) photos that have been photoshopped or otherwise manipulated to reproduce the IR "look."
3. Keep the commentary civil and friendly, please!
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe