My spring in IR

Wow, this has been an overwhelming spring for me! First I was in New York with my family. What a fantastic city!! I already long to go back again. But, I haven’t scanned all my film rolls yet…  😉

Then my yongest son got married. My gosh I cried….. Happily!

But what I want to show you today is some results from my adventures with infrared film.

I have searched the net and some Flickr groups to get an idea of the exposure, and coming up with the great result that Efke IR820+IR720(or Wratten 89B) @ ISO 3 + Kodak Tmax developer 1:4 for 7,5 minutes did it for me!

So here goes, and THANK you Jesús!!! You know why! 🙂

Enjoy!

Hasselblad 503CX Efke IR820 @ISO 3 Kodak Tmax dev 1:4 for 7,5 minutes

Hasselblad 503CX
Efke IR820 @ISO 3
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4 for 7,5 minutes

Hasselblad 503CX Efke IR820 @ISO 3 Kodak Tmax dev 1:4 for 7,5 minutes

Hasselblad 503CX
Efke IR820 @ISO 3
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4 for 7,5 minutes

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24 thoughts on “My spring in IR

  1. Sorry if this duplicates but my previous like and comment didn’t seem to register (there do sometimes seem to be a bug or two at WordPress in this respect). Just want to say that generally I’m not a great fan of IR pictures, but these are beautiful; I especially like the second which is quite astounding. To my taste, these are some of the best IR pix I’ve seen – even the best 🙂

    • Thanks a lot Jesus, glad you like them!
      Have you seen my new favorite dealer on Ebay? Look on my “Useful links” site.
      He has Efke IR820….. 😉

    • Thank you very much James! I’m well, but my “real life” seems to have taken over from blogging… 😉
      It is just so lovely to be out in the beautiful greenery. I hope you are well too!
      Thanks again.

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