5 Comments

  1. oliviermenard
    oliviermenard ·

    Hi. Very good results for your 2nd attempt. The problem with Holga and IR is the focusing being different with IR from white light. I shot a roll of 36 yesterday ( ORWO IR 400iso) but to be more precise i used my old Canon EOS10 (and it was the only camera I could use since I have only one 58 mm IR Hoya filter). I'll shot another today if I have anough sunshine. I received 5 rolls of Aerochome from germany 2 days ago. Finally the seller in Germany will process the rolls for me. See you in a while

  2. lazybuddha
    lazybuddha ·

    @oliviermenard. I agree but it's not so much the focusing (as these are shot at distance anyway) but rather the Holga's plastic lens and trying to keep it still for long exposures, especially as I only have a 3 inch tripod, so I'm lying on the ground. That's why the images are not the sharpest, and a couple are quite blurry. Next time I'll use the Lubitel and a bigger tripod. :D

  3. slumbrnghok
    slumbrnghok ·

    I thought the images were sharp enough. Especially considering it's a holga with IR film in it. I really like these... especially this one!

  4. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    Great work; I've yet to take a second wack at IR film

  5. joyceyjoyce
    joyceyjoyce ·

    stunning! so soft and beautiful!