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Extra-Visible Imaging

October 2014 Galleries

The September 2014 galleries are now closed, but the October 29014 galleries are OPEN!!
If you have any trouble submitting work, please note me.

David

Fractal Gradients



Calling ALL members.

Some time ago, Jenny C0MPASSION :iconc0mpassion: posted an idea about creating gradient packages from infrared images posted in this Group. The package is about ready, and Jenny requestes that I re-post her original note and asks if anyone who does NOT want an image considered for a gradient to contact her. Here is the original.

"I am not a photographer, but a creator of fractal images. I find beautiful and cool colors everywhere, but some of the most vivid and striking are in the Infra-red photos.

I would like to see if any of your photographer's would be willing to let me use their colors from their photo's for an Infra red Gradient Package. Each artist and the photo would receive credit when a fractal using their art is submitted....plus they would again receive recognition when the Gradient Package would be released. It often takes me about 6 months to put a package together.

I would offer this package as Premium Downloadable Content to help fund incentives and contests I run through the fractal group and ones I run personally. When I say nominal fee....I mean like 30 points per packet or less.

I do not alter a photograph in any way....I just "lift" the colors from the photo and then apply it to the fractal. Some times the outcome is gorgeous beautiful!!"


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Cheers

David


Gallery Folders

Surreal
Miscellaneous
Lomo and Similar
Reference and Tutorials
Leucareth's Choice
Scientific
Archives

NEWS





If there is anyone of the Expert Members interested in playing a more active role in the running of the Group as an Associate, please note me.




Cheers

David

Expert Member Folders



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I have compiled a set of folders containing examples of work from some of our senior Expert Members. I hope that everyone will view these to see the range of styles, subject matter and quality of work that is possible in infrared and exposure technique photography.



Our good friend Michael MichiLauke is running a similar scheme at :iconr72: here ==> r72.deviantart.com/journal/Do-….

The list is likely to be updated from time to time.


agelisgeo ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

dewanggapratama ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

DimensionSeven ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

Enkased ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

helios-spada ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

hirza ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

Leucareth ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

MichiLauke ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

mIkeschwaRz ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

Phostructor ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

richardldixon ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…

robpolder ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…


The complete set of galleries can be found here ==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/g…, or by clicking on the Expert Members' Showcase Gallery Folder Tab in the main Gallery Folder.

Please take time to browse through the work of these photographers.

David aka Okavanga :iconokavanga:

Collections

Members' Journals
Journal
Affiliate Submissions
Test Collection

Revesre Image Searching

I posted a Journal on my Home Page on this topic and I think all our members should take note of the methods described if they wish to check on their own images or are suspicious of images that they come across here.

Reverse Image SearchingReverse Image Searching
From time to time here on DeviantArt, I come across or am told about images that may not be the work of the artist or photographer who has posted them. Sometimes, I also find that my images turns up, without attribution, elsewhere on the Web. In the first case, posting work that is not yours without attribution is morally wrong, and in some cases is illegal. In the second instance, you have been the victim of art theft.
DA has a "Report this image" button on the display page of each image. If you find a dodgy work, you can click this and follow the menu of options to report your suspicions. I have done this on several occasions for works I know to have been filched from elsewhere, and nothing appears to have been done about it  the doubtful works are still displayed. On one occasion, I tackled the perpetrator, but to no avail  I was just blocked.
Often these dodgy deviants are highlighted by vigilant members who post Journals flagging the miscreant, an


I decided to check on some of my infrared images and found several on a site livenet.ru. Further, one of our Expert Members, helios-spada has much of his work displayed and credited to the famous American photographer - helios-spada. Needless to say, he was not aware of this accolade.

I found IR photography to be very popular on this site with hosts of shots that thought I recognised. You may wish to check for yourselves to see if any of your works are there. If you find any, let me know and I'll post a list to the site asking for credit to be given.

Here are two links

www.liveinternet.ru/tags/%E8%E…

www.liveinternet.ru/users/tean…

David

Affiliates

Affiliate News




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A Gallery/Collection folder "Affiliate Submissions" has been created in the Favourites area for submissions from affiliate members. Such submissions are subject to a one vote acceptance/rejection. Images need NOT be directly related to infrared or extra-visible imaging as we are providing this feature to showcase our colleagues' work.

For affiliate members to submit, they would use the normal "Submit to Group" button on the image display page, followed by selecting Infrared-Club, followed by "Suggest to Group Favourites", selecting the "Affiliate Submissions" folder.
:icondevexposed: devExposed Photos using exposure techniques :iconstellar-landscapers: Stellar-Landscapers :iconextra-visible-images: Extra-Visible-Images :iconinfrared-people: Infrared-People InfraPeople :iconwhoneedscolour: WhoNeedsColour Tell me: Who? :iconnz-ir-hdr: NZ-IR-HDR :iconphotoseries: PhotoSeries :iconphoto-logic-sense: Photo-Logic-Sense Photography Technics :iconcolorfulphotos: ColorfulPhotos :iconlove-nikon: Love-Nikon :iconnon-real: non-real non-real :iconindoinfrared: IndoInfrared Indonesian Infrared Photography :iconartworldtoday: ArtWorldToday Virtual First Friday Art Walk :iconhdrscapes: HDRscapes :iconstudio-28: Studio-28 Sharing the world around us! :iconabstract-and-surreal: Abstract-and-Surreal :iconinfrared-anonymous: Infrared-Anonymous :iconr72: r72 Infrared Photography Group :icontrees-with-character: Trees-With-character Its all about the Trees!!!

Tutorials



Following a recent poll which showed members were interested in having more tutorials, here is a list of current tutorials and discussions in the Infrared-Club (Extra-Visible Imaging) Group .

1)
“How to take and postprocess infrared photos” by Francy-93 (Francesca) :francy-93.deviantart.com/

==> fav.me/d507cbx

Very good introduction and guide for newcomers.

2)
“The Complete Color IR Tutorial Guide Walkthrough” by Vlue (Evan) vlue.deviantart.com/

==> fav.me/d2a6bj2

More detailed description of working and post-processing infrared images.

3)
“Infrared color gradation” by Aerobozt (Goldy) aerobozt.deviantart.com/

==> fav.me/d2gf7g9

A Photoshop based tutorial on how to vary colour in IR photographs by gradients.

4)
“Infrared Photography Preset” by comicidiot comicidiot.deviantart.com/

==> fav.me/d2i2n60


Adobe Photoshop Lightroom preset for post-processing.

5)
“IR Conversions and White Balance” by jythie jythie.deviantart.com/

==> infrared-club.deviantart.com/j…

A more advanced description of filters and aspects of white balance.

6)
“IR Workflow” by mIkeschwaRz mikeschwarz.deviantart.com/

==> mikeschwarz.deviantart.com/jou…

Excellent post-processing workflow, Photoshop based, but portable to other editing software.

7)
“Canon 40D Conversion – Full Spectrum Imaging” by Okavanga okavanga.deviantart.com/

==> fav.me/d4va0hq

Some notes about starting out on full spectrum imaging.

Journal

AstroPhotography

Journal Entry: Wed Oct 15, 2014, 7:44 AM
:iconinfrared-club::iconstellar-landscapers::iconinfrared-club::iconstellar-landscapers::iconinfrared-club::iconstellar-landscapers::iconinfrared-club::iconstellar-landscapers:

The Infrared-Club (Extra-Visible Imaging) :iconinfrared-club: and its Affiliate Stellar-Landscapers :iconstellar-landscapers: thought it would be useful to highlight some of the growing body of work on astrophotography to be found on DA. Such images are within the general remit of The Infrared-Club (Extra-Visible Imaging) in that long exposure techniques are usually needed to capture images that would otherwise not be visible to the unaided eye, and obviously such images are the very stuff of the  Stellar-Landscapers Group.

There are several groups on DA that feature astro-photography: :iconastro-photography: :iconbeautiful-cosmos: :iconastro-foto: :iconm-o-o-n-struck: :iconmoon-club:

Digital photography has brought the photography of the stars and other astronomical bodies within easy reach for amateurs, even those of modest means and experience. A camera capable of long exposure settings, particularly the bulb setting, a sturdy tripod, plenty of time, and a clear night sky allow anyone to point the camera upwards, and to record heaven knows what. As well as important technical aspects - the science side of astrophotography - such work also allows the development of stunning artistic images. Here we present mainly creative images from some of the favourite themes in astrophotography.


The Sun

Daybreak by AStoKo :iconastoko:


The Moon

   Selene by Hintial :iconhintial: Moon by Hintial :iconhintial:   Lunar eclipse by swiftmoonphoto  :iconswiftmoonphoto:          Blood Moon Rising by Questavia :iconquestavia:
          Luna Inspiration 2 by AStoKo :iconastoko:  And Then The Moon Arose by Questavia :iconquestavia:  Under the Full Moon by MarshallLipp :iconmarshalllipp:



Aurora 


Fluted by jaelise  :iconjaelise:  Celestial Delivery by FelixInden  :iconfelixinden:  Dig for the aurora by porbital :iconporbital:



Stars


Kiwanda Cosmos by Dee-T :icondee-t:  Star Speckled Skies by Laanscapes :iconlaanscapes:  Starry summer night in France by MaxArceus :iconmaxarceus:



Star Trails

Montenegro startrail by BorisMrdja :iconborismrdja:  Chorus of Angels by NicolasAlexanderOtto :iconnicolasalexanderotto:  Christmas Trails by Thomas-Koidhis :iconthomas-koidhis:  An Hour Under The Stars by Questavia :iconquestavia:


Galaxies and Nebulae


M-8 Revised by RayM0506 :iconraym0506:  Ngc-6960 Western Part of the Veil Nebula WIP by RayM0506 :iconraym0506:  Orion Horizon by Allen59 :iconallen59:


Equipment

Tools Update by RayM0506 :iconraym0506:  Behind The Scenes by CapturingTheNight :iconcapturingthenight:  Out At Night by ChrisAstro101 :iconchrisastro101:



That's All for Now, Folks.

Please visit these amazing photographers.

IRphotogirl :iconirphotogirl: Okavanga :iconokavanga:

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Group Info

This Group is for all photographers interested in infrared photography, UV photography and in exposure techniques such as HDR, long exposure, light painting and so on. that generate extra-visible images.
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Until Dec 28, 2014

Founded 5 Years ago
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Admin Help Required

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The Group has expanded considerably from a few months ago, and with the expansion has come additional work running the Group. We have many able and talented members whose contributions have been recognised by becoming Expert Members.

However, I am now looking for (experienced) members to help out at the Associate level. This is the level where development of Groups occurs as well as the main day-to-day running. Ideally, I would like someone who has some experience of CSS to help develop a house style, and/or someone who could develop affiliations.

If ANY member (including Expert Members) is interested, please note me.

Many Thanks

Okavanga

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morionde Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for the invitation and feature =)
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
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beyondkenseyeshot Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
liked the group,thought i'd post some construction paper collage/

glow in the dark art on here,here's a link to one my youtube vids to my glow in the dark paintings

youtu.be/6fioNeNavQk?list=UUru…
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
Thank you for the link - very interesting. I think the problem is that the work doesn't seem to fit into infrared or exposure techniques for this particular group. Nevertheless, if you had some more simple examples of paints and paintings that showed phosphorescence or fluoresced then we might be able to run them.

Cheers

David
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