IR pinholes with a Diana F+

The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter.
All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter.
The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better.
Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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5 Comments

  1. avola
    avola ·

    not at all, - that is gorgeous!

  2. kibs
    kibs ·

    wow, that's beautiful!!

  3. shariff
    shariff ·

    awesome!

  4. agiel
    agiel ·

    това е мноооого хубаво!!

  5. frau_inga
    frau_inga ·

    You're so great with IR! I'd like to try it but I don't have the guts.... ;)