This is a beautiful image. I love infrared photography for the interesting mix of effects it provides. This is subtle - not too OTT in the contrasting colours. A belter and one I would’ve loved to have taken.
Yes I do agree, it was not too heavily processed like a lot of the candy coloured circus style images I find difficult to appreciate. It was a reasonable amount of Photoshop work to balance and get right, but its was the colour temperature that gives it the cream look. Subtlety is a lost art in the world of digital landscapes.
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Have a look at these forward images and examine the way they will been processed. I'm not asking you to like one over the other three, in fact I'm going to explain their individual merits, but for now examine all of them and look deeper into the balance of colours.
Camera - Canon 6DIR - 665nm conversion so it adds a certain amount of colour (much harder in a 720nm conversion), the perfect starting point for IR colour conversions....