Infrared with Exposure

I see a lot of landscapes shot with infrared-sensitive film. Occasionally, I see some psychedelic portraiture. But I don’t see either one very often.

Mark Segal used Exposure’s infrared settings on a couple of shots. I’m glad he did! I think the effects are gorgeous. I’m especially fond of the halation on the egret.

The soft glow of the bright areas enhance the shadow on the egrets neck.

This image used Exposure’s Fog-Bright Infrared setting.

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