Pinhole infrared

I have been scared to waste a roll of my infrared stock on my pinhole cameras.

But recently I thought that, what’s the use of an unused stock? No….

But I  chickened out and loaded my Holga 120 WPC with a roll of Rollei IR, and my Zero 2000 with a roll of Ilford SFX, both films that are in production and can be bought, in contrary to Efke 820 IR.

Today I post a couple of images from the Holga/Rollei IR, next time I’ll post from my Zero 2000/Ilford SFX.

I was very pleased with the results, and I hope you like them too!

Enjoy!!  🙂

Holga 120 WPC Rollei IR + Wratten 89B Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Holga 120 WPC
Rollei IR + Wratten 89B
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

 

Holga 120 WPC Rollei IR + Wratten 89B Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Holga 120 WPC
Rollei IR + Wratten 89B
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

 

Holga 120 WPC Rollei IR + Wratten 89B Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Holga 120 WPC
Rollei IR + Wratten 89B
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

 

 

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26 thoughts on “Pinhole infrared

  1. Marie, this work is just so lovely! About when I thought I had my Holgas figured out, I look at your photos and become totally inspired. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work.

    • Thank you so much Patrick!It is a great joy and profoundly satisfying to be an inspiration to others, and I am highly grateful for your kind words.

  2. Inspirational images Marie and I have to say that I am really drawn to the last image as the viewer you are lead into the photograph by nature of the composition. The holga and IR make for a great combination.

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