Infrared by the sea x3

One day earlier this summer I went to a beautiful place by the sea, not far from where I live. I’ve loaded my three cameras for the day with Efke IR 820 and Ilford SFX, and this is what I came up, with the different cameras.

This is from my Zero Image 2000, viewing my Hasselblad 503cx.

Zero Image 2000 Efke IR 820 + Wratten 89B Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Zero Image 2000
Efke IR 820 + Wratten 89B @ ISO 3
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

And the image taken with my Hasselblad 503 cx

Hasselblad 503cx Efke IR 820 + IR 720 filter Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Hasselblad 503cx
Efke IR 820 + IR 720 filter @ ISO 3
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

And finally the same view, taken with zone plate setting on my Zero Image 612F, loaded with Ilford SFX and Wratten 89B.

Zero Image 612F Ilford SFX + Wratten 89B Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

Zero Image 612F with zone plate setting
Ilford SFX + Wratten 89B @ ISO 3
Kodak Tmax dev 1:4

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16 thoughts on “Infrared by the sea x3

      • How do you make your pinholes?
        I use a #80 (.343mm) drill bit to make my pinhole and a aperture to film plane distance of 50mm for a f148 on 120 film. I’d like to get an f250 with everything else remaining the same. A pinhole of 0.18mm would give me a f278.
        I took a look at some of your work and i was impressed.
        Thanks
        Stan

        • Oh, I’m so sorry, I’m the lazy type….. 😉
          I buy them here…. http://www.zeroimage.com
          But I think you can find those tiny tiny drills, I’ve heard a podcast that mentioned exactly how to do that, and it was not so long ago, but I can’t remember which one it was…. Maybe “PD Exposures” or “Pinhole Podcast”…..
          I let you know if I remember.

    • Thank you so much James, and it’s me who have to apologise for not being very social on WP, I hope it will be better soon…..
      Have a great weekend to come!

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