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Finally finished the fifth liter of Devil's Elbow IPA (a truly fine beer) so that I had enough beugel bottles to mix up and store the Kodak Xtol I bought several months ago. The Rollei IR certainly works better developed in the Xtol.

troch This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 120 N loaded with rollei IR400 film in Homesite Creek, Canada. These tags describe this photo: infrared, black and white, square, medium format, 120, scenic, home processed, ir, canada, r72 filter, b&w, and diy. Date: 2011-06-08. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Walking in a Dream.


  1. b0rn2b1ush


    sorry it took me a while to visit, my friend... been away for work. these photos, as usual, are lovely!

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  2. toelmoum


    Always light! Congratulations

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  4. gaisi


    I just love long exposed shots of waterfalls - produces some very mystic results. Would you possibly reveal the exposure time and aperture you were using?

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  5. troch


    As I was shooting IR with a deep red filter (Hoya R72) I metered for iso 16. and with the Holga aperature estimated at f/10.5 this gave me a time of 25 seconds deep in the woods.

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