experimenting with shutter speeds and f-stops. it's interesting to see the differences between f-stops... not so subtle in many cases. f/5.6 creates very grainy images, but also creates a somewhat haunting mood. f/16 is sharper, depending on the shutter speed. would like to try some of these images again with a true IR film, such as the efke 820.

Photographer:
djimbee
Uploaded:
2012-05-10
Tags:
filter infrared
Camera:
Canon AE-1 Program
Film:
Ilford SFX 200
City:
Portsmouth, NH
Country:
United States
Albums:
canon ae-1 w/ ilford sfx & 720nm IR filter

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