Nikon D70, 18-70mm lens, Hoya R72, infrared capture converted to mono. This RAW image, along with the false colour one, had a hot spot in the centre which was easy to take out with burning and desaturation.
Absolutely love the movement in the clouds. One of the advantages of a non-converted camera is it is easy to pull off. Only thing I would have liked to see is it shot just a little wider. Would love to see some space between the right end of the church and the end of frame as well as not cut out that right head stone. Same thing on the left with the tree. Not sure what the scene looked like to the left of that tree, but if the was nothing next to it would love to have the entire tree in frame. Great work Richard keep it up!
hey, thanks for the feedback- i appreciate it . i think i was at the church wall at that point so im not sure i would have been possible, though i admit im still getting used to the composing of IR images...having to take the filter off to recompose is a pain! (though worth it) rich