Dramatic light: Red filtered B&W sky

Challenge #8 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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In ancient times, when Pan-F and Tri-X roamed the planet, clever B&W photographers used a red filter to darken blue skies. This made for startling landscape images. It's impractical to carry a red filter with you today when you can achieve the same result by using your editing software to do a color (channel) separation of your image. This technique gives you three different B&W photos, one if which looks like B&W shot through a red filter. Find an image full of REALLY blue sky. Learn how to create a color separation. Show us the red filtered result.
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I tried to give a feeling of motion using exposure of approx. 1 sec, in this way the water didn't have a 'foggy' look.
Submitted: Tuesday, 15th September, 2009 20:17 (GMT)
Taken: Sunday, 11th January, 2009
Focal length: 33 mm
Shutter speed: 8/5 sec
Aperture: F11
ISO: 50
Notes: Hoya ND 0.8, Singh-Ray 4 stops Reverse GRAD ND, DPP for converting to B&W using red filter in program.
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