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Infrared portraits and nature

Infrared portraits and nature

I am finally getting the hang of using this film. The shots that look really grainy were made at 1/4 and at f5.6. bad combination. I had better results shooting at 1/2 or 1 and using the f16 apperture. Isnt it crazy that his sunglasses look transparent? And yeah, I look like a GHOST in IR!!! I am really happy with the results but I still have a lot to learn about IR photography. (and I definetely need a more supportive tripod -I use a small gorillapod-).

peropero This photo was shot on film. Taken by peropero with a Canon AE-1 loaded with Ilford SFX film (available in our Online Shop) in Santiago, Chile. These tags describe this photo: infrared, blanco, negro, nature, hill, park, fun, sunny, spring, preto, branco, filter, bw, and bn. This photo can also be found in the album Infrared Portraits and Nature.

4 comments

  1. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    which filter did you use? If you use the high-speed (+high cost) Kodak HIE, then you won't need a tripod :)

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  2. peropero

    peropero

    @ihave2pillows I used a deep red infrared filter I got on ebay. You cant really see anything through it.
    I know that sfx 200 is not really the best IR deal but at least it`s not crazily expensive like Kodak HIE :(

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  3. dabai

    dabai

    love this! :)

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  4. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    @peropero Cool. I still love the Ilford SFX 200 though. Very fine grain : )

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