Thought Would be an IR Results

I pulled the LC-A+ RL setting to 400ISO, does anyone know why the result not even close to the shift of IR?

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umm thanks for the words!
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Only this photo turned into IR : www.lomography.com/homes/istionojr/albums/1742467-intl-kite… ---
Okay now this is SOLVED! ; I didn't use an IR Filter, its so obvious I'm a beginner. :P --------------------------
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7 Comments

  1. shrista
    shrista ·

    This film technically isn't IR, but close to it. You have to use a red filter to get the IR results. Hope that helps!

  2. shrista
    shrista ·

    But you can still get IR results with this film (with a red filter), and it has better exposure latitude than IR film!

  3. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    @shrista you are really right that sfx isn't IR just close to it. that filter aaa the only problem and it's now solved! for the next I will be using efke with an IR filter. thanksss for lovely words.

  4. shrista
    shrista ·

    I can't wait to see how it turns out!

  5. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    @shrista so am I. :|

  6. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Ilford sfx is extended red film, not IR. It will give dramatic, partial IR effect (dark sky, brighter clouds, lightened foliage, brighter people) with light red (#25) or medium red (#29) filters. For real IR effect, I wrote an article. Here's the revised version 1.1, www.lomography.com.tr/homes/herbert-4/blog/2844-efke-ir820-… Enjoy. Herb

  7. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    @herbert-4 importance shared, thanks grandpha! ;D

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