pinhole photography by jesús joglar
Cool, almost like colour infrared.
[It is colour infrared, usually I use the tags for placing such info]
Oh yes, I see that now! : )
Wow, very cool! I believe this is the first time I’ve ever seen a color IR pinhole shot. Nicely captured! By the way, did you process the film as slides in E6 or cross process with C41?
Thanks so much Patrick! If I hadn’t seen your magnificent IR colour photographs I never would have done this!!
I processed myself the film with Tetenal E-6 kit. Some of the pictures didn’t come out well because I didn’t measure well the light or I didn’t “controlled” the developing time, I don’t know.
Wow, thanks for the compliment! I’m really glad to see other people experimenting with and enjoying this film. It’s so cool!
For sure, it’s a bit tricky getting the right exposure time. I’ve certainly both under and over exposed this film. It’s hard to judge the exposure time because we’re not capturing visible light – we’re capturing the infrared light that’s reflecting off of everything. Also, I’ve never tried shooting color infrared in a pinhole so I wouldn’t really know where to start. Anyhow, I look forward to seeing more of your color IR photos! Happy shooting : )
Do you know I found Efke IR820 in both 4×5 and 120 on Ebay? Mail me if you want the link to a very good seller. 😀
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