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After the "bad batch", I decided to take a picture of a negative with my iPhone and inverted it in Photoshop. The results were totally different this time! They looked like they were supposed to. So, I asked my lab to rescan them, this time as slides. But that also was a lost effort. For some reason, they scanned it with a white balance preset that made the scans look cyan blue, when the actual negatives were leaning towards green (which should be normal, since that's the opposite of red). So I ended up adjusting everything in post (which I normally don't do, mind you) to make the digital files match the negatives, and this is the result. However, I am so determined to find out the deal before starting on another roll (and potentially wasting this awesome discontinued film), that I had ordered prints of this batch at another lab. They should be done (and uploaded) by next week Wednesday. In any case, next time I'm developing it in E-6.

alessandroleen This photo was shot on film. Taken by alessandroleen with a Lomo Lubitel 2 loaded with Kodak EIR Infrared film in Antwerp, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: aerochrome, eir, lubitel, orange filter, red filter, color infrared, kodak eir aerochrome, c-41, double exposure, and double. This photo can also be found in the album First try with EIR Aerochrome (rescan...).

1 comment

  1. katespettingzoo


    Looks a bit like the Dark Mark of Harry Potter :)

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