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I'm seriously out of practice shooting infrared film. This roll was largely overexposed to the point of no return, but I was able to scan these three. As always, they were shot using a deep red IR filter and these were processed using a Rodinal stand process, 1 + 100 for 1 hour.

troch This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 120 N loaded with Rollei Infrared film in Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. These tags describe this photo: diy, rodinal stand process, infrared, ir, black and white, b&w, 120, medium format, holga, canada, summer, and deep red filter. Date: 2012-07-21. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Three IR Shots.

3 comments

  1. alex34

    alex34

    I'm about to try a roll of Efke through the Pentacon Six. I think I understand the basics-expose as ISO 25, use infrared filter-but any tips?

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  2. troch

    troch

    Hi @alex34, I have used iso 8 as a more successful starting point with the Efke IR (with a 72 red filter), but it is really only a starting point and you generally need to bracket at least until you get a feel for the light. Other than that, you won't be able to focus or compose with the IR filter on the lens, but your lens may have an IR etching for focus. Have fun!

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  3. clownshoes

    clownshoes

    Great shot

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