Figure 3.39. An unprocessed infrared photo looks like this.

Load the photo into Photoshop (you'll find IR Landscape on the website) and follow these steps:

1. Choose Image > Adjustments > Autolevels. The image will now look like the one in Figure 3.40, which is interesting in its own right.

Figure 3.40. Autolevels adjustment transforms the photo into this version.

Figure 3.40. Autolevels adjustment transforms the photo into this version.

2. Next, choose Image > Adjustments > Channel Mixer. With the Red output channel selected, you'll see that the Red slider is set at 100% and the Green and Blue sliders are both at 0%, as shown in Figure 3.41.

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