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Zion glow by NickSpiker Zion glow by NickSpiker
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subpixel aliased
IR
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:iconkitsuneko-xenon:
kitsuneko-xenon Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012  Student Artist
Wonderful :)
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MichiLauke Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Featured -->> [link]
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sorny Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Congratulations! :w00t: Your picture is featured in the :iconr72: 'Best Infrared Photographs of August 2012'. [link]
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2012
Nick - This work has been featured here
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Great Stuff

David
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mikeloveridge Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012
interesting rock formation, the ir brings out the layers.
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colinbm1 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012
Hi Nick
Beaut scene. I have read about this subpixel aliased, but it is a bit lost on me ?? Do you have a before & after shots ?
Cheers
Col
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Professional Photographer
Here is an example of the clarity difference between the traditional bicubic downsample and subpixel aliased. [link]
Be sure to view at full size!
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Okavanga Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012
Hi Nick - stunning image. I've moved it into the August folder as I think it deserves more attention than it would have in featured. I think we all need to study that sub-pixel aliasing technique.

Many Thanks

David
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Phostructor Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012
This is very impressive. What the heck is subpixel aliased?!?
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks
Subpixel aliasing is basically treating each color on your screen as an individual pixel instead of a set of 3 pixels to increase the resolution of the image.
[link]
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Phostructor Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012
That is very interesting, and the impact of the image is significantly enhanced in a much better way than ordinary sharpening. Is it difficult and or very involved to apply the technique to an image?
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012  Professional Photographer
Not to difficult, although somewhat technical. I may at some point make a step by step guide.
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012  Professional Photographer
Here is an example of the traditional bicubic vs subpixel aliasing [link]
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ivoturk Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Excellent photo!
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CamioTheFox Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012
Absolutely incredible!
What kind of filter do you use? Or do you use converted camera? :o
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012  Professional Photographer
On this particular photograph I use a converted Sony NEX-5n and a random >750nm filter I found in a box of stuff somewhere.
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CatGal15 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing!
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NickSpiker Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thank you
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CatGal15 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome :)
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