With the Nikon D700, the Blue Trees look is even a little better. I don’t know why, but fir trees, meadows and other green stuff already come out very blue in the camera. And with more variations in coloration – from a teal blue to a royal blue to a purple blue.
Somehow there are differences in the sensors, but I noticed that with the Aerochrome variant as well. They react slightly differently to infrared, it seems to me, respectively to different ranges of the IR.
Anyway. I was in Uetendorf, at a nice little nature reserve near the Eichberg country estate and close to the main cemetery of the village. There is a small old bridge known as “Römerbrüggli”. It does not date back to Roman times, but is only a few 100 years old. Even so it is beautiful and radiates history.
I used slightly different (less) adjustments in the channel mixer this time:
Red: 100, 0, 0
Green: 0, 100, 0
Blue: -50, 50, 100