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Once lived in!

Once lived in!
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Copyright: Dean Ln (deanophotos) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 167 W: 12 N: 396] (2646)
Genre: Places
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 2008-09-23
Categories: Daily Life
Exposure: f/10.0, 1/200 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-10-06 8:41
Viewed: 1806
Points: 6
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Advice needed here!!

This photo was one of a series of photos taken at the same location, because of the location (quite a deselet area in the desert) it was very eerie even though it was daylight hours, however, the images I envisaged after PPing have not come out half as eerie as i'd hoped.
Can anyone help me get the infra red kind of effect to give this and others more umph!!

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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To toucan1967: Hi Andydeanophotos 1 10-06 15:46
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Very nice shot - pin sharp....

Maybe if you'd used a deep red filter then converted to greyscale, increase the contrast by a good amount and that may work..

I'll have to give it a try myself.

Hi Dean,
Nice to see you back posting again, this image is good and sharp and taken from a good POV but I think it could do with some added contrast.
Regards Andy

Hi Dean,
Great to see you back in action. I almost thought that you would be gone for ever. I am not familiar with faking the IR type of photo, but I do know that it sometimes means using the negative of a photo to reverse colors.
I am always intriqued by these abondoned buildings. They tell a story that only few realy know.

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