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© Bret Tate

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Uploaded: July 10, 2006

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Jason A. Woodcock July 10, 2006

hey bret I love this IR image how was this made filter of post process? #481518

Bret Tate July 10, 2006

This was done post process with Photoshop. I used the colorize feature of hue & saturation and the desatured to the degree that I liked. Then I used channels to get the contrast and balance as I liked it. Then a second layer was used with Gaussian blur at 25 and opacity somewhere around 40% or 50%. I also did some burning and dodging. I hope that this answers your question. Thanks for getting me off my butt to add new images to my gallery. I'm glad you like the image. #3010982

Peggy J. Maguire August 19, 2006

Great Work Bret,loved viewing this image and that is the meaning of photography....Peggy #3185651

Bret Tate August 19, 2006

Thank you Peggy! #3186072

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