The Dolomites in Aerochrome Film

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See the rare beauty of the Dolomites mountain ranges in the tones of the cult-classic Kodaks Aerochrome film shot by Francesco and Andrea Padovani.

The Aerochrome Film is a false-color reversal film made for military surveillance. It's an infrared film, made to stabilize vegetation surveys, camouflage detection, and earth resources. The discontinued film is processed with AN-6 or C-41. The film is considered one of the rarest and significant films in a collector's archive.

The photographers managed to find three rolls of the now-rare film, and in their trek for the Dolomites, they shot the mountainscape.


Images are from Behance.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-12-15 #aerochrome #dolomites #infrared-photography

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2 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Can't imagine how they were changing the film since it should loaded at the dark room 😀

  2. lorrainehealy
    lorrainehealy ·

    probably a changing bag? I carry one of those always, and it works with changing IR film

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