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    welllll,

    None are in color. I have shot many color IR images, but I have since removed them from my site.

    Most of the "color" you may see is the result of lith printing, or perhaps some hand coloring (only on the ir article as I recall), or from the platinum processes I use.

    Lith printing is a great way to get a lot of color from monochrome images in the printing phase. It also helps with more difficult IR negatives due to the control over contrast and density of the negative.
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    Technology is not a panacea. It alone will not move your art forward. Only through developing your own aesthetic - free from the tools that create it - can you find new dimension to your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschmittle View Post
    Ole, I really like the second one. What process did you use?
    That, too, is a lith print. IR and lith work so well together that it's almost a cliche!
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    Well I guess I'm just drawn to the Lith process. I'll be messing around with that for sure!

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    I've been using the Rollei 400 IR film with a kodak wratten 89B filter (same as r72). Thus far I just do an average metering at ISO 3 and develop in xtol 1:1 for 12 minutes. The film base is extremely thin and it's tough to avoid scratching it up when loading and unloading the holder.

    These are my two most recent post-worthy IR shots:

    http://www.pbase.com/drpablo74/image/71558068/original

    http://www.pbase.com/drpablo74/image/71622461
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    Not mine, but some excellant work...

    By Geir Jordahl at

    www.jordahlphoto.com

    using widelux and xpan -- wonderful work!

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    IR-B&W Photography

    I recently had an article and photos published in Canadian Camera magazine on Exploration in Infrared Photography
    I have worked with Maco IR 820C which unfortunately isn't available anymore. Changed over to the Rollei 120 and feel I still need to do some work with it.
    Attached please find a sample and more are available in my APUG gallery.
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    Thanks everyone!
    DrPablo, I really like those, Very nice!

    Vaughn, Thanks for the link. Those were great shots!


    PhotoBob, Thanks for posting, but I'm not a subscriber yet so I was unable to view your shots. Thank you though.

    Thanks everyone for your replys. I did take a workshop on Infrared over the weekend. It wasn't very large and the instructor, although I know he knows his stuff, didn't teach very well. He was all over the place, more confusing than anything. Once we went out to shoot he loosened up. All and all a seven hour class with two hours shooting time. I bit too short for me. But it was my first experiance in a workshop and I still enjoyed it.
    Oh yeah, the instructor gave us the wrong settings to dail in our cameras so everyones pictures came out real bad, mostly way too dark. I'd post them but they're not that great.
    Anyway, thanks to all who responded to my post.
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    Save the Earth. It's the only planet with chocolate.

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    I have a few IR photos on my personal website (WARNING: Contains male nudity) - www.photographotica.com . The Kodak HIE shots are pretty obvious, but there are a few done with the Maco 820c IR on there as well which look more like traditional b/w than obvious Infrared.

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    This was shot w/Kodak Hie, using an 89b.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails A Quiet Place 1.jpg  
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