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.
Then a couple of view of Roseberry Topping – with two very different colour schemes!
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.
Next up Captains Cooks Monument standing in the flowering heather.
These next few were taken over the moors as I approached Roseberry Topping.
And finally these two processed version of the same image, looking at a gate toward Roseberry Topping.