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    IR photography

    I have been waiting for a IR it arrived the other day.. So it's testing time.

    Film : Efke 5X4
    720nm Infrared filter
    Exposure time 9 mins the image has some movment because of light breeze .
    Camera Homemade 5x4 pinhole 200 micron pinhole.
    Developer Diafine 4 + 4


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    Beautiful! I love that film, it's a shame it is no longer

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    IR photography

    I have about 10 rolls if 120 IR film but I have no dark red filter and I'm afraid I'll be wasting the film without it.

    Did you use diafine for any specific reason, do only certain developers work with IR film?


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    Thanks Pete

    Stone I really like the flat negative from Diafine great for scanning. And developer should work with IR.

    You can pick up IR filters on ebay for just a few dollars
    Last edited by ColRay; 12-01-2012 at 05:30 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Great image!

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    Thanks Jeff

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    IR photography

    Quote Originally Posted by ColRay View Post
    Thanks Pete

    Stone I really like the flat negative from Diafine great for scanning. And developer should work with IR.

    You can pick up IR filters on ebay for just a few dollars
    I dislike the filters off eBay, the last genuine Hoya I bought was great until it was humid and fogs like Leo & Kate were standing next to it, it's an old version of Hoya's MRC that bubbles and doesn't handle humidity well. After that experience I'd just prefer to wait till I can afford a B+W filter.


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    Hi Stone for the amount of IR pictures I will be taking all I wanted was something that was low cost.
    Last edited by ColRay; 12-02-2012 at 07:52 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    I have ePrey supplied Bower 720 nm and no-name Chinese 760 nm IR filters that so far, after two years, seem fine. My genuine Kodak Wratten Series VII 89B from 19-ought-64 still works too; used it in August on my Yashica 124G! Prices on the Big Names(tm) are a trifle sobering for infrequent use.

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    I also use this film in 4x5 and 120.
    Have found it very difficult in large-format pinhole camera however.
    Your result is beautiful and encouraging
    Follow the Light John 8:12
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