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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Thats some good examples. Anybody have anything new lately?

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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Here are a couple that I made on MACO 862c Infrared with my Linhof Technika IV, Schneider Symmar 150mm, and a Hoya R72 infrared filter. The EI is 1.5 !!!

    The first one is a house that has a mine working (unseen) down behind it in the river.



    This one is a scene of Anasazi ruins.

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    Re: How about some infrared images

    By comparison, this scene was made with Ilford SFX using a Bronica SQ-A (6x6) and a Cokin 007 (89B) infrared filter. Although SFX is sensitive only in the very near IR, it is possible to use an EI of 12 with an infrared filter.



    I should mention that unlike MACO/EFKE IR films, Ilford's sensitivity in the IR is equal to the visible red. This means that you can use a Cokin 003 red filter and still get a partial Wood effect. In this case, use an EI of 25.

    SFX has a very nice tonality, even when not using infrared filters.

    Now if we could convince Ilford to use this coating on sheets!
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Quote Originally Posted by al olson View Post
    By comparison, this scene was made with Ilford SFX using a Bronica SQ-A (6x6) and a Cokin 007 (89B) infrared filter. Although SFX is sensitive only in the very near IR, it is possible to use an EI of 12 with an infrared filter.



    I should mention that unlike MACO/EFKE IR films, Ilford's sensitivity in the IR is equal to the visible red. This means that you can use a Cokin 003 red filter and still get a partial Wood effect. In this case, use an EI of 25.

    SFX has a very nice tonality, even when not using infrared filters.

    Now if we could convince Ilford to use this coating on sheets!
    Nice shots Al. Next time I'm out west we will need to go shooting!

    BTW, your film carrier was shipped today.

    Don Bryant

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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Thanks, Don, both for the compliment and for sending the film carriers. I hope to see you out this way again soon. We are not lacking for interesting subject matter in this area and it is great to show other photographers around.

    This invitation goes for anyone on this forum. If you are in the area, give me a shout. We can go out and burn some film or just sit around and talk photography.

    Best,
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Here's one using Rollei 400 IR and a #29 filter. Generous exposure and development have given a slight IR effect.
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    I posted this one on the landscape thread:
    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...9&d=1215494419

    Macophot 820 IRc, an 87 filter IIRC.
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Here's one from July. Efke IR820, Hoya R72 filter.

    Paul
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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Paul,

    That's an awesome shot!! I bet that one looks great at about 20x30 Thanks for sharing!

    -Brian

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    Re: How about some infrared images

    Brian - thank you for the kind words.

    Here's another from the same day.

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