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Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by Chris101, Feb 26, 2005.
Playin with the ol' film camera I see. Well nothing wrong with that.
Talk about noise :>)
I like the second one. First looks very dard here.
The first two you posted , I liked the second one as well. The first , was to in my face. No space going into the image.
Now don't take my tiny opinion to heart. I am just an observer. Not knowledge here, ya know. :>))
Keep them coming. I really like the ifrared images. Would love to try it one day myself.
Are you sure that these shots weren't taken with a D2H at ISO 1600?? :shock: 8) :lol:
Out of curiosity, what were the shooting settings / film speed / etc.?
Frank: I'm looking for the exif, but I can't seem to find it!
I'm not even sure of the lens, but it's either the 35mm or 24-120vr with a #25 red filter. Shutter and aperture are lost, but my film speed for HIE is always IE 800 which I get by cooling and developing for a long time(15-18 minutes depending on temperature) with good old dilution B HC-110 developer.
Gale: Thanks for your take. I do like to shoot film once in a while, I guess to visit my photographic roots, but I scan the stuff, so it's digital in a way. Usually when I film, I do it with Tri-X, but HIE is a fun film, and you never know how it's gonna turn out. Makes for a surprise after the stinky chemical part.
You have definitely got the grain thing going Chris and I think it adds to the overall mistique of the image. Nicely done.
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