It is obviously still autumn here but winter is on its way. In the digital darkroom I have been editing a lot of pictures of autumn and have gotten bored of looking at the yellow and and orange tones. Sitting at my computer I thought about using a faux infrared toning, since I have not converted any of my cameras.
I started by using a technique that I have demonstrated before for the After and Before forum. The result was ok but the sky was very dark, looking at some presets in Lightroom, I remembered I had an infrared one that I never really liked. I applied the preset and everything was great except the leaves, as they were purple compared to the magenta red I was expecting. I tried changing the hue in Lightroom and had some issues getting the right colour. I decided to export the picture to Photoshop and use a hue and saturation adjustment layer.
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