I have spent around a month with an Orwo TC27 ISO 400 film, loaded in the Nikon F65. It has been my first infrared experience and, although on some photos the color-modifying effect can’t be well seen, I think that the results are worth it.
First try with an infrared film. For this first test I chose the black and white Orwo TC27 400 film, available in the Lomography Store. I had liked a lot the results that can be seen on other infrared photos of the community.
The change of the light really draws my attention, I think it is important to have the sun in front, kind of the same way I pretend to when using a Redscale:
Very interesting results can also be obtained when the sunlight and the darkness of the autumn overcast are combined in the sky:
On the other hand, the urban landscapes maintain the vintage touch on the film and awesome results can be obtained when playing with perspectives and depths:
Finally, nature changes on infrared. Maybe the black and white doesn’t show exactly the change of color, but the photos taken in the city parks have a special charm.
All the photos were taken with a Nikon F65, which years ago had an IR filter attached to the 28-80 lens, that’s why they came out as a normal B/W film. There are some in which the effect can be slightly seen, but a lot less than in other photos found in other Lomohomes.