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The IR Sunday.

The IR Sunday.

The last sunny Sunday for a while. IR 720nm filter, metered as 160ASA through the lens with the filter in place. Developed in full stand (no agitation) for two hours in 1+200 Rodinal. 3ml of concentrate were mixed with 600ml of water. I will try less developer next time - the density of these is too high.

adash Taken by adash with a Pentax MZ-30 loaded with Rollei Retro 80S film in Sofia, Bulgaria. These tags describe this photo: ir, infrared, urban, city, sunday, sun, sunny, sofia, rollei, retro, 80s, rodinal, r09, stand, 3ml, 2hours, 720nm, filter, tree, trees, and building. Date: 2012-10-07. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album The IR Sunday - Rollei Retro 80s.

5 comments

  1. kibs

    kibs

    Great album!

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    great album with an interesting film and processing! Did you also try the film in normal BW without the IR filter?

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  3. adash

    adash

    @kibs Thank you!
    @vicuna Thank you too. This film is an ordinary B&W film when used without the filter. Here is an album with the same film with mostly B&W (polarizer used on most, IR used only on two):
    http://www.lomograph(…)k-at-sunset
    Basically I didn't expect it to become as good as that in IR - it isn't considered an IR film in the first place, but "Extended Red" sensitivity.

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  4. herbert-4

    herbert-4

    Excellent experimental album!! Has much highlight blowout. Right on less developer, also don't push IR, the greater the red sensitivity, the less sure the results.

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  5. adash

    adash

    @herbert-4 Thank you for your kind words and for the super massive likes lately! I believe that I really had to push this one, as it would be impossible to shoot it handheld otherwise.

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