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Bought a Hoya R72 filter which seems to do the trick. First largely successful attempt with Rollei IR. Used ISO 8 as a starting point which metered at about 1/15 sec - basic exposure was as fast as I could click using a cable release on bulb.

troch This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 120 N loaded with Rollei IR 400 film in Ruby Lake, Canada. These tags describe this photo: infrared, black and white, 120, square, medium format, stand processed, scenic, nature, ir, canada, diy, and b&w. Date: 2011-04-30. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Giving Rollei IR Another Chance.

9 comments

  1. istionojr

    istionojr

    WOW!

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  2. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Second Wow! :)

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  3. marant69

    marant69

    Third!! ;-)

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  4. t82

    t82

    nice !!

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  5. fleetfox

    fleetfox

    Now you're cooking with gas! What a difference that filter seems to have made. What ISO did you use at a benchmark?

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  6. yyyhorn

    yyyhorn

    your best!....... so far...

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  7. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    I have never tried IR films so far. Not available here in the market. It seems a real magic...<:)

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  8. shoujoai

    shoujoai

    omg, fabulous!

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  9. adash

    adash

    Very dramatic!

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