Kodak Aerochrome is a discontinued film that produces CRAZY results. This review shows my results after testing out using both orange and yellow filters with this film.
This film yields awesome results such as bright blue water and red vegetation—a must have for an adventurous lomographer.
For all infrared films, it is advised that you use a colored filter. For black and white infrared film, you must use a deep red filter, and for color infrared film, you can use either a yellow or orange filter for optimum results. I experimented with both yellow and orange filters.
The first picture was taken with an orange filter. The second photo features the same composition, same time of day, same lighting, I just used a yellow filter.
The film can be processed either with E-6 or C-41 chemicals. For all my pictures, I used C-41.
There are very few places/sellers where you can find this film, so if you come across one, go ahead and act fast!