Well I told you in my previous IR post that I love the blue and white wintery look of IR photography. Now with the red IR filter this effect is a no no, you can not have it. so it has to be done in edit. Finally I got close to get it in my program ( photoscape ), for photoshop or LR you can find a complete manual for this effect on the web. To start the photo has to be suited for it. You can do some inbody settings to help the editing. Like putting you WB very cool ( more than your program can ) so the trees already turn more white. Al the way through edit you walk a loose rope and have to balance on it. Light colors or areas on the photo can easely burn out and there is now way to recover.
On the other hand , if you get it right it can be very pleasing. The surreal feel of IR photography is something you love or hate. I must confess, I love it.
There is one great big enourmous advantage to it. For the ones who love to shoot B&W and yes I say B&W. You can create some stunning pictures; This is something I gonna explore more, there I am a bit of a B&Wholic.
Must say, this is the most edit I have ever done on a picture