Blue Study Mark July 28, 2011 Buildings / Cities / Infrared / NYC Flipping a an infrared photograph from red to blue tones is easy. Getting those blue tones to a pleasing hue is hard, at least for me. I’m very pleased with the result here, but I do not think this particular mix would transfer well to most shots. Tags: 18-200VR, D40, Infrared, Manhattan, New York, NYC, Times Square Continue Reading Previous PostOnce Upon A Time… [Central Park Infrared]Next PostAmerican Radiator – Empire State You Might Also Like Tracks Over Tracks April 26, 2011 Eagle Warehouse December 11, 2012 Radio City Fisheye (Rokinon 8mm for Fuji X-Mount) September 5, 2013 This Post Has 7 Comments Dave DiCello 28 Jul 2011 Really digging the icey tones here man! Dave DiCello recently posted..Heading to the city Chris Nitz 28 Jul 2011 Nice blue tone, and the reflection is very intriguing! Chris Nitz recently posted..Road to Smurf Village Chris Frailey 28 Jul 2011 That is a crazy ice blue color Mark. Seems like it could work well on other cityscape type shots. Chris Frailey recently posted..Lasso Toad Hollow Photography 28 Jul 2011 I really love this one, Mark! The blue adds an element of cold drama to the image here, and those reflections are just wonderful! Toad Hollow Photography recently posted..Vancouver Island Farms Curt Fleenor 28 Jul 2011 Nice Mark! The blue is really cool but the composition is great too! allycat 28 Jul 2011 Again stepping outta the lurker’s shadow to say wow! Coo.. Mark 29 Jul 2011 Thanks for all the positive feedback all. I agree with Chris that these tones would work on some city shots, especially those featuring glass and metal such as we have here. But I’m still not sure they would work on shots with trees, which usually look awesome in infrared, or building made of brick, stone etc. Some day I’ll give it a try and we’ll know. Comments are closed.