Fotos hechas con filtro IR729 y película Rollei 200


  1. sinkinanchorssince1984
    sinkinanchorssince1984 ·

    Any tips or tricks for using this film?

  2. txr53
    txr53 ·

    @sinkinanchorssince1984 Thanks for your interest. You always have to use a tripod. To calculate the correct exposure you calculate an ISO, about five steps less. For example, an ISO 200 will be ISO 6.
    Always take photos over 12.00 or 13.00 pm, with lots of sun and with trees and areas that have a strong green color, which contrasts with the blue sky.

  3. sinkinanchorssince1984
    sinkinanchorssince1984 ·

    Thanks so much for the tips. I have shot it with a 25a and it lightened up the foliage and darkened the sky a bit. Just trials, i have 100 foot roll. So far I have shot it as regular black and white, and with a 25a red filter, I have an infrared filter I want to use. The greens are just starting here in Northern NY, but it has been quite cloudy and rain. Here's to the sounds of the shutter, smile hard shoot often!! #makingartnotcrystalmeth

  4. txr53
    txr53 ·

    @sinkinanchorssince1984 Thank you for your answer and two more tips: Never shoot with an automatic film drag camera, always with wind crank.
    You should also adjust the focus to a red "R" point that has the most lent

  5. sinkinanchorssince1984
    sinkinanchorssince1984 ·

    I mainly use a Minolta xd-11, or other older slr's

  6. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Excellent IR album!!

  7. txr53
    txr53 ·

    @herbert-4 many thanks muy friend.

  8. bravopires
    bravopires ·

    Fine album!

  9. txr53
    txr53 ·

    @bravopires @bravopires gracias.

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