IR capture of the beach 2

Impressions from my two month backpacking trip, with my sister, across Indonesia in 2014. Caputred at Tangkoko Nature Reserve, Sulawesi.

ロモグラファー:
evilpete
アップロード日:
2019-02-12
タグ:
Tangkoko nature reserve beach black sand es 49 heliopan infrarot 715 infrared
カメラ:
Fujica ST 705
フィルム:
Rollei Infrared 400 S
レンズ:
EBC Fujinon W 1:1.9 f=35mm
都市:
Tangkoko
国:
Indonesia
アルバム:
Across Indonesia (2014) monochrome

6 Comment

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Even infrared film aren't damaged by airport scan 👌 giving me back my saving spirit to go to impossible project's headquarter in new jersey and buying my all time dream color infra red film

  2. evilpete
    evilpete ·

    I can not guaranty that for a kind of Infrared film, but it definitely didn´t ham the Rollei IR 400s I used. In general thats a great film that you can use like a normal 400Asa Film and when you use a Infared Filter, like the Heliopan Infrared 715 I used, you can use it as a Infrared film at about 12 Asa (but that depends on the filter you use).
    Yep, colour Infrared is epic. I have no experience with the aerochrome, like you. It got damn expensive over the last years. And you have to be careful where to give it to develop cause most of the big developing machines are working with infrared sensing.

  3. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Haha me neither that's why I said color infra red is my dream film. In 2008 when I'm back shooting with film after hiatus for a longtime I'm very active at Jpgmag.com and always fascinated with paul lavallee (mylatehope and his color infra red photo are the most popular photo at lomography.com) ir photo. After asking him about the price I'm crying 😂 but that will be my regret of all time because the price at that time are more cheaper than nowaday fuji pro 400 film 😢 oh and about the ir filter I agree because I've tried ilford sfx ir bw once without filter and the result turn out like other bw photo

  4. evilpete
    evilpete ·

    @hervinsyah ....back in these days I didn´t even know that this film existed. I´ve first got notice of the aerochrome when I saw Richard Mosse pictures that he captured in the Congo.

  5. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    I saw that movie too when rianieve gave me the vimeo link before jokowi's regime blocked the vimeo 😢 that was insane filming african war with very very expensive film

  6. evilpete
    evilpete ·

    Oh no vimeo in indo, shit. Thanks, buddy for the film tip, I have to watch it.

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