Made a special trip in to the city to play with the infrared film again. Unfortunately, the day turned wet and overcast. The park was muddy and the light very flat. These were again shot using the B+W 092 infrared filter. Quite disappointing, really.

Photographer:
troch
Uploaded:
2011-04-22
Tags:
120 b&w black and white canada infrared ir medium format nature scenic
Camera:
Holga 120 N (available in our shop)
Film:
Ilford SFX 200
City:
Vancouver
Country:
Canada
Albums:
A Bad IR Day

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One Comment

  1. bruuac
    bruuac ·

    great shot!