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Can anyone tell me how to get an infrared look in Photopaint?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

RE: infrared

that depends on what you mean by infrared - do you mean the greyscale IR images? false color images? or what?

RE: infrared

Thanks for the link javabearSTL, do you have any tips on doing it without this filter? Or where a free filter is available.

RE: infrared

Old Corel Photo Paint 8 has a Built-in Plugin effect named "PhotoLab". With that we can use the color filters easily. I still add that one into my new Photo Paint.

Btw, its a cool site javabear... :)

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