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    Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Was out at one of my favourite locations late last August, and exposed some Efke IR 8x10 with a 720, and 87C filters. Made a couple of Alt. prints from one of them...


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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    GGGreat video!
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    Nice!

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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Thanks for sharing, interesting as always.

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    Beautiful results! Love it
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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Thanks for taking us along.

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    Great job! I'll preferred the 720nm photo, as well.
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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Great video, thank you for sharing, Andrew!
    To my eye:
    * No benefits from using the Green filter
    * In "IR mode", the lens likely suffers from an infrared hotspot that seemingly caused a severe reduction of contrast in sunlit foliage to the left and right from the columns.

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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Quote Originally Posted by SergeyT View Post
    Great video, thank you for sharing, Andrew!
    To my eye:
    * No benefits from using the Green filter
    * In "IR mode", the lens likely suffers from an infrared hotspot that seemingly caused a severe reduction of contrast in sunlit foliage to the left and right from the columns.
    Agreed. Green filter had no benefits with this particular image... The difference was only noticeable if you got in really close, and only where I indicated in the video. As far as hotspots go, I've never had an issue before with this lens, but it certainly is a possibility... but if that was the case, it didn't harm the overall image...

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    Re: Efke IR 8x10 Shoot

    Thank you! I really enjoyed your video.
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