A flooded cornfield near El Nido CA. The final effect was achieved by first accentuating differences in the subtle yellow-to-red color range of the original RAW file, and then transmuting them (via a global hue shift) to encompass the full visible color spectrum.
Date Palm Grove near Mecca CA.
Pathway along our morning dog-walking trail. (I’m assuming the your B&W Category includes warm-tone B&W as well as the usual cold-tone B&W images.)
A neighbor’s mini cactus garden, seen along our morning dog-walking route. (The color effect achieved by globally shifting the original yellow-to-pink values of the original RAW file to a different (more pleasing) section of the visible color spectrum.
Palm grove oasis near Palm Springs CA.
Marshes at the edge of Cumberland Island, GA. The original yellow-to-pink hues of the original RAW IR file have been globally shifted to a different stretch of the visible spectrum.
Tangle of branches in the dense tropical marsh of Cumberland Island, GA.
Palm in dense tropical forest, Cumberland Island GA. The final effect was achieved by drawing out subtle differences in the pink-to-orange colors of the original RAW file, and then globally shifting those hues to encompass the full visible color spectrum.
Cumberland Road with Sun Faeries. The final effect was achieved by accentuating subtle differences in the limited pink-to-orange color range of the original RAW file, and then globally shifting those hues across the full visible color spectrum (i.e. the colors are not “painted in”).