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.


  1. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Wow!! Love it <3

  2. kibs
    kibs ·

    Great album! I always learn something when I read your descriptions :)

  3. davidb
    davidb ·

    I don't always understand your technical explanations, but the result...Wow!

  4. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    No problem with the plastic back of the Diana with IR films? The heat from the hand seem to do not create problems here...

  5. adash
    adash ·

    @mafiosa @kibs @davidb Thanks, Thanks, Thanks!
    @sirio174 No. This film is not sensitive to deep IR, where the thermal radiation seems to be. No problem, just make sure you load it in subdued light, as the label says.

  6. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Wonderful, wonderful album!! Most IR, today, cuts off at ~800 or less. The real Kodak High Speed IR cut off ~950. Some film maker needs to bring back the Kodak chemistry!!

  7. rx4bluz
    rx4bluz ·

    awesome ir pinhole work...

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