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First Infrared attempt

First Infrared attempt

Not as good as I had hoped for... The film is a bit grainy for my taste.

sandravo This photo was shot on film. Taken by sandravo with a Lubitel 166+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Efke IR820 AURA film in Beveren, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: 820nm, filter, hoya, ir, infrared, and r72. Date: 2013-08-16. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Snow white in summer.

16 comments

  1. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Wow, this is surreal and dreamy!

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  2. avola

    avola

    wow, looks like a doll's house

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  3. istionojr

    istionojr

    love it. long range of contrast.

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  4. onkel-m

    onkel-m

    Dreamy nice album !!!

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  5. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    so dreamy!

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  6. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    great album!

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  7. muhamad_haiz_shamsudin

    muhamad_haiz_shamsudin

    Did you have to attach filter? Long exposure?

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  8. shelleybelley

    shelleybelley

    So amazed!;)

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  9. sandravo

    sandravo

    @muhamad_haiz_shamsudin If you work without filter, you will have a normal black and white film, no IR effects. To see the IR effects (dark skies and white leaves and trees) you need to use a filter that blocks most light from the spectrum so that only the higher wavelengths get through. Filters you can use are a Hoya R72 (filters anything below 720nm) or a Heliopan RG715 (filters all light below 715nm). These filters are VERY dark so your shutter will be longer than normal. In this album I used shutter times ranging from 1/30 second (aperture 4 in full sunlight) to 2 seconds (aperture 11 and clouded skies). If you have an external lightmeter you can treat the film as an ISO 4 film when used in combination with an R72 filter.

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  10. emkei

    emkei

    beautiful photo!

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  11. emkei

    emkei

    and beautiful album!

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  12. grazie

    grazie

    Wow!

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  13. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    So beautiful!! <3

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  14. adamo-75

    adamo-75

    Stunning!

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  15. adash

    adash

    Lovely IR! Very surreal.

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  16. xsara

    xsara

    I love this album!

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