Ilford SFX (35mm, 200 iso)

2008-05-23 2

After spending some years in “the discontinued film wilderness”, we are pleased to announce that the Ilford SFX super premium special effects film is back. Using an “extended red range” this film mimics the insane look of infrared films – without the expensive and complicated development. Slap a red filter onto the end of your lens (or just hold one in front) for an even more dramatic effect. Plants and foliage have a strong white glow and skin tones take on a supernatural appearance.

After spending some years in “the discontinued film wilderness”, we are pleased to announce that the Ilford SFX super premium special effects film is back. Using an “extended red range” this film mimics the insane look of infrared films – without the expensive and complicated development. Slap a red filter onto the end of your lens (or just hold one in front) for an even more dramatic effect. Plants and foliage have a strong white glow and skin tones take on a supernatural appearance.

It is a 35mm black and white camera film for creative photography. It has extended red sensitivity and is especially suited for use with a filter to create special effects. Best results are often obtained in bright sunshine or in the studio under tungsten lighting.

written by fookshit on 2008-05-23 #gear #ilford #35mm #review #b-w

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2 Comments

  1. dminilover
    dminilover ·

    Fantastic shots!

  2. ihave2pillows
    ihave2pillows ·

    I still couldn't really get a dark sky using this film... perhaps I have to wait for a really clear blue sky.

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