I spent a half-day working through various "False Color Infrared" images yesterday. NOTE: these images are not captured with a normal color digital camera; rather, they have been captured by a modified digital mirrorless camera that captures a bit of light from the visible light spectrum and the near-end of the infrared spectrum. The results are completely different from scene to scene and under various weather conditions. Here is one of a grove of Eucalyptus trees under soft light of an overhead marine layer. I work a lot with with individual color channels until I get a look I like. I'm in what you would call an "experimental stage."
Sony a6300 (converted to 590nm IR by LifePixel) Sony 16-35mm, f/8, 1/100th, ISO 400, Singh-Ray Neutral Polarizer.
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