Yorkshire Moors Infrared

Yorkshire Fields

Whilst on a walk around the Yorkshire Moors via Captain Cooks Monument and Roseberry Topping this summer, I took the opportunity to take some Colour Infrared Images on my converted Canon 20D.  The day was nice and sunny – so that helped make the infrared camera out on the foliage etc.

The images were processed using a variety of methods, all have been channel swapped to give the “blue sky” look.  Then I have used Nik Color Efex  & Silver Efex, Topaz Adjust, Glow & Restyle in them to give them the finished effects.  Not all the plugins were used on each image.

Here are the other worldly results.

First the same shot of a field, tree and path – but processed in two different ways.

Yorkshire Fields
Yorkshire Fields
Gold Yorkshire Fields
Gold Yorkshire Fields

Then a couple of view of Roseberry Topping – with two very different colour schemes!

Gold Topping
Gold Topping
Pink Topping
Pink Topping

The bright green foliage on this path made a good IR opportunity.  One converted to plain b&w and the colour one has a painterly effect added.

The Trail
The Trail
The Path
The Path

Next up Captains Cooks Monument standing in the flowering heather.

Captain Cook Monument
Captain Cook Monument

These next few were taken over the moors as I approached Roseberry Topping.

Windswept Trees
Windswept Trees
A hole in the wall
A hole in the wall
Peachy
Peachy
Summer Grasses
Summer Grasses
Summer Grasses - Painterly Style
Summer Grasses – Painterly Style

And finally these two processed version of the same image, looking at a gate toward Roseberry Topping.

Roseberry Topping Colour IR
Roseberry Topping Colour IR
Roseberry Topping B&W
Roseberry Topping B&W

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