IR Filter: Presently
compatible with Photoshop CS, 7, 6; Elements 5, 4, 3, 2, 1;
when used with: Win 98SE, Win2k, XP; MAC OSX .
the filter as part of a process, you can take an RGB image
and produce results that emulate the look of IR images. (See
the examples below.)
filter give you a large amount of the contol over the final
image tonality. The image is broken down into the IR signature
components (grass, trees, bushes) and the Non IR component
(buildings, people etc). The sliders control the amount of
the IR look and you can select between Tri-X tonality or Classic
tonality for the Non IR component.
is an advantage when people are in the picture.
the filter then you use the Photoshop Distort Glow filter
to finish the picture to give the glow common to the lack
of anti-halation backing in IR films.
algorithm employed is very complex and therefore this filter
will NOT necessarily produce good results on Every image.
filter is part of a process, it is not a one stop filter.
The process is iterative and steps should be saved between
are three sliders for varying what is included in the IR emulation
and what is excluded. The fourth slider allows you to offset
the IR brightness. There are two sliders for the TriX application
to the Non IR, and one slider for the brightness value of
the Classic IR for Non IR content.
are samples. The Finished product has several intermediary
steps. See the details page to
see an example of the process.