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Capturing Time

Capturing Time

"Take two" of Rollei Infrared 400 film loaded in my Holga 120 cfn with a Hoya R72 filter attached (via the Lomography filter adapter for Holga). I used the 16 exposure film mask inside the camera to get more photos for my buck because shooting infrared can be so finicky. Each exposure was about 60 seconds long (I counted as I forgot my phone to use as a timer). This film was developed in my kitchen with a 5 minute presoak, then D-76 for 6 minutes at 20 degrees with agitation for one minute, then ten seconds each minute. I used a vinegar stop bath, Kodak fixer, a quick wash, hypo for a couple minutes, washed again, hung to dry, scanned in and voila!

wendyraeann This photo was shot on film. Taken by wendyraeann with a Holga 120 CFN (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Rollei Infrared 400 film in Lier, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: time, capturing, water, trees, plants, bw, landscape, and infrared. Date: 2012-08-12. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Infrared developed at home.

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