Old Factory IR picture

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  1. cosmonaut

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    This is my first full Hoya 72 IR conversion try. The clouds were moving very fast today I think the exposure was around 8 seconds. Please critique on compostion and PS skills. Thanks Cosmo
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    Where is the picture?
     
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    Do you see it now????
     
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    YEs I see it now, I like it.Whats an IR?
     
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    I put a filter on the camera, Hoya 72, that blocks all but infrared light..
    Cosmo
     
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    IR stands for Infrared, Tyson.
    And the Hoya 72 seems to be the most frequently used filter for this special technique.
    But I am not sure about the blue ... like I already said somewhere else.
    Now since we are in Photo Critique here - what is it you want to know in particular then, cosmonaut. You're getting general critique over in General, so what is your question for Critique?
    If there is none I don't know why you would need to have two threads on the same photo?
     
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    Thanks LaFato,
    Sorry for the doulble post. I was wanting it critiqued on composition and PS skills. Do you like the subject and technique?

    Greg
     
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    I would think with infrared film, the B&W image would be all you need. Going blue is gilding the lily to my mind.
     

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