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.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.
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