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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Dudenbostel View Post
    ...but I really like [IR] for portraits and people.
    So do I; I have done some IR work with people. Maybe I'll dig-out a few images and post them. I really like color infrared film, and have been playing with Kodak HIE, too.

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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Each season of the year seems to have different clouds. This was last week at Alford Lake, Hope Maine. Converted D800.


    _DSC4288-Pano by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr


    _DSC4262-Pano by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

  3. #93

    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Each season of the year seems to have different clouds. This was last week at Alford Lake, Hope Maine. Converted D800.
    Nice work, I really like the puffy clouds in the first image. They give it the classic summer day look that I remember as kid on summer vacation. The point-of-view of the second image makes it seem almost abstract (at least to me), which I find interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiFormat Shooter View Post
    So do I; I have done some IR work with people. Maybe I'll dig-out a few images and post them. I really like color infrared film, and have been playing with Kodak HIE, too.
    I need to dig through my archive and see if I can find some of the IR color I shot in the early 70ís. I worked part time for an aerial research firm and shot tons of 9Ē IR color. Donít remember the Kodak number but at the time it was E3 processed. Also shot a lot of 70mm. I always felt the E3 version was better than the later E4 film.

    People looked pretty funky on IR color with yellow green lips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiFormat Shooter View Post
    It's been awhile since I've posted any images, so here's an image from summer of 2018. Nikon F100, Nikkor 35-70mm lens with orange 16 filter, and FPP InfraChrome film.

    Attachment 198054
    Beautiful IR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Dudenbostel View Post
    Beautiful IR.
    Thanks!

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    This was knee high 4 of July corn. Leica M8 25mm Canon
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    Re: 35mm and digital infrared

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Dudenbostel View Post
    Very one thinks of landscapes when they think of IR but I really like it for portraits and people. The first is a portrait of my wife on 35mm Kodak High Speed IR. The 2nd & 3rd are with a Colari converted D3100 Nikon and the 4th is from a documentary series on tattoos. I felt IR gave a slightly different look due to IRís ability to penetrate the outer layer of skin.

    I started shooting IR back in the 60ís before the days of high speed IR. The original film was slower than high speed but it could be loaded in the camera in daylight. Many years later Konica introduces a slow but excellent IR film in 120. Other makers have introduced IR films but Iíve not had great success with them.

    Great shot of your wife. The skin has a wonderful glow.
    Ron McElroy
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