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anybody here still shoots Infrared? please share your shots and your set up here...
Old 02-13-2013   #1
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anybody here still shoots Infrared? please share your shots and your set up here...

i tried shooting infrared films, but, i can't get it going... so it was really good that i kept my old IR modified D70s with me. many a Digital cam has come and gone for me, only this old friend (D70s) remained. I still would want to learn about processing film infrareds, so maybe some of you with experience can share some tips and of course, photos here. Cheers!








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Old 02-13-2013   #2
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I really like your last image!

Digital infrared, taken last week....


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lovely, surreal shots Jon... how i wish i'd have these kind of places where am staying!
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I still have a couple of rolls of high speed IR Kodak and some Konica and Rollei for nostalgia sake. I shot a lok of Kodak an even the predecessor of High Speed Kodak way back in the 60's. Overall my favorite was Kodak High Speed but was also the hardest to expose and process.

A year ago I bought a Nikon D3100 and sent it to Kolari Vision for conversion with an 850 nm filter (87c). I couldn't be more pleased.

I'll try to post a good sample in the next few days. Or you can go to my gallery on RFF and see some B&W tattoo art with the D3100.

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lovely, surreal shots Jon... how i wish i'd have these kind of places where am staying!
Thanks! There are some nice places for photography here in South Carolina, but I would still rather live in New Mexico, or Utah! I just love that area of the country.....
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I still have a couple of rolls of high speed IR Kodak and some Konica and Rollei for nostalgia sake. I shot a lok of Kodak an even the predecessor of High Speed Kodak way back in the 60's. Overall my favorite was Kodak High Speed but was also the hardest to expose and process.

A year ago I bought a Nikon D3100 and sent it to Kolari Vision for conversion with an 850 nm filter (87c). I couldn't be more pleased.

I'll try to post a good sample in the next few days. Or you can go to my gallery on RFF and see some B&W tattoo art with the D3100.

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anticipating your IR shots X-ray, maybe you can post some IR film shots as well...
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Nice images guys!

Here's one from my compact digi:


On holiday...


"moonlight cam"



I really prefer it to my film days using SFX. I could never hand hold.

A tree on Ilford SFX.


A different tree on digi 720nm.



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Some nice images being posted!
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Lovely IR pics, Fidget! i love the First one particularly... gives some serene feeling!
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Nice set of images, I especially like the second one.

Here are a couple more from me....

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@Lucian010- that last shot is great.
I got some Aerochrome a while back, and am awaiting some greenery in wintery England.

ETA- I mean in the post where the last shot is the one with the statue, lamp-post and tree.
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Nice images guys!

Here's one from my compact digi:

A different tree on digi 720nm.


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Such great images. I always liked IR. Good to see a couple of color IR as well. I haven't used IR in probably over 25 years except for a cheap little P&S of maybe mayby 1MP if lucky. I have to hold a filter over the front of it, but it works.

Please keep the photos coming. I am getting the itch for doing some IR again.
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Digital IR
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Samsung NX + R-72 IR filter. From 2008







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@Lucian010- that last shot is great.
I got some Aerochrome a while back, and am awaiting some greenery in wintery England.

ETA- I mean in the post where the last shot is the one with the statue, lamp-post and tree.

thanks @schlogoat! got that shot 2 years ago, when i was looking for a church back home for my wedding...
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My go-to expert on infrared is Dr. Kenneth Farmer, author of several books on the subject, and who has a website offering filters, books, etc.

http://infraredvideo.com/books-on-ir-photography.html

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Nice set of images! I really like the first one....
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Old 03-05-2013   #24
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waiting for somebody here to post an IR shot out of kodak HIE film...
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Old 03-07-2013   #25
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A few from today (03/07/13):

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#1 and #5 are my faves on these batch you've posted jon! TFS!
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#1 and #5 are my faves on these batch you've posted jon! TFS!
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back to roots: IR film tschots
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back to roots: IR film tschots

Digital guys with their fancy modern equipment will probably have a good laugh at this stuff but the following scans are shot with my 30 years old camera (it's as old as I am - not a single function is automatic, it's 100% oldschool manual gear)





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Wonderful images Margus!
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I took IR the old fashioned way. Using Kodak IR slide film, it was quite experimental to figure out an acceptable exposure when using colored filters. It was a one shot deal. Either you get back something useful, or your film is damaged.

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Wonderful images Margus!

Cheers man,

Couple of more:






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I took IR the old fashioned way. Using Kodak IR slide film, it was quite experimental to figure out an acceptable exposure when using colored filters. It was a one shot deal. Either you get back something useful, or your film is damaged.

Yep, Kodak EIR is interesting if not stunning film indeed with somewhat unpredictable results. That's the beauty of it IMHO.



Couple of shots of Kodak Aerochromes I shot just recently:




Sorry again for posting those old fashioned film shots from a 30 years old camera. The world's supposed to be all digital by now you know...

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A few days ago, there were some nice clouds in the sky. I thought they would make some nice images.....

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Indonesia IR
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Kodak (EIR) Aerochrome color infrared film
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Kodak (EIR) Aerochrome color infrared film

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