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Marco Lanciani

Infrared Panorama of Rome

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My old Nikon D80 is now converted to IR 830.

This is my first IR image... actually an IR panorama.

 

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It was taken a few days ago from the "Passeggiata del Gianicolo", near a lighthouse, where you can have a nice view over Rome and its surrounding mountains in the background... clearly visible in IR; not so in visible light.

 

The NEF was developed and converted to BW in Lr; some extra editing, punch and contrast, was done in Nik Silver Efex.

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Indeed this is excellent as the first image in IR, but given the quality of your usual images, it is not really surprising.  :)

 

Which software did you use for the pano stitch?


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Nice image with beautiful sky, but I'd like it with more buildings and less greenery.


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Guest Colin-M

Nice image with beautiful sky, but I'd like it with more buildings and less greenery.

I'd agree with this.

Keep the sky (excellent) but try it with 20% less foliage.

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Thanks, Marco.  PT Gui seems to do an excellent job.


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Guest jramskov

I prefer the second version. That sky is great.

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