horizon , efke infrared failed

first try of the efke infrared film. it didn't come out well at all... any suggestions?

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2 Comments

  1. weidong
    weidong ·

    hi volker! you must use an IR filter such as HOYA R72 or COKIN P007, otherwise come out a normal b&w film. using the filter you should cut off 4/5 stops of light

  2. lola_juanlu
    lola_juanlu ·

    Yes!!, we agree with the opinion of Weidong!!.