The premise of this test was three films, shot under the same conditions. All three were shot in the same camera, same day. I metered for an arbitrary iso of 8 and bracketed (sometimes) one or two stops over, as you can't really meter for IR. All three rolls were then stand processed in Rodinal (1+100 for 1 hr). The SFX yielded 12 rather flat but printable negatives. I'll take what I learned here and try again metering the films individually.This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 120 N loaded with Ilford SFX film in Vancouver, Canada. Date: 2011-04-02. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Infrared Test Three - Ilford SFX.
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