Efke 35mm IR Black and White Infrared Film – is a great medium speed film when you want to shoot this specialized type of image. With a spectral sensitivity . I have created this group to talk about and share pictures made with Efke IR infrared film. With the demise of Kodak’s HIE people are looking for an. This is why Efke’s exists. The traditional heavy users of IR film–police, military, scientific–have mostly switched to digital imaging.
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So finally getting to the point — my single roll of Efke Aura. In effke future, I would wrap each eke in aluminum foil if I were taking it outside the house.
Getting a little closer to the title of this post, I recently purchased 8 rolls of Rollei IR in 35mm together with one roll of the defunct Efke IR c Aura, second-hand for a very reasonable price.
Caribou – Denali, Alaska. I certainly liked the results or the ones that worked well, and the hit rate with IR film is always going to be lower than it is with normal film.
I took photos of Niagra Falls from several vantage points. There is also the question of how far we are shaped by our genes, and how far by our upbringing. Email required Address never made public. In the past other films such as Kodak’s HIE offered this but have recently been discontinued and are no longer made. See any errors on this page? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Just make sure you load and unload the film into your camera in complete darkness.
This page was last edited on 18 Septemberat Rated 5 out of 5 by Writofassistance from Infared Film! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With the slightest cloud, or in the morning or late afternoon, another stop or even two was advisable. Don’t shoot in low light, obviously. As the name suggests, it is sensitized a little beyond nm; for comparison, Kodak’s High-Speed Infrared is sensitized almost to nm.
Standard Red 25A filters are not recommended. No issues Date published: Though auras a great for graphic artwork, and Efke Aura IR works well with this filter. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Film for true IR effects, if Rated 5 out of 5 by altprocess from Efke IR This was my first roll of infrared film.
Another alternative film is Rollei IR. I looked on the entire box and couldn’t find what to shoot at. From what I’ve read you need efkw Hoya R72 filter to turn the sky black. What Are the 3 Best Lenses for Boudoir A medium red filter won’t give you the effect you need.
Not Specified by Manufacturer. Because the film is so slow, I tried only a few skin tone shots; for me, IR works best for landscapes and especially for old buildings. Be the first to review this item. Retrieved 12 March And so far scanning has been a challenge but the prints look amazing in the etke. Kind of wish Rollei would do a batch without the anti-halation layer.
Grain was wisible but acceptable. This film is grainier than Rollei infrared, so be forewarned. Do Your Portraits Look Flat?
The results for both shoots were so-so, but that was because with the Mamiya, I used an 25 red filter. This product article is a stub. You must load this in darkness. Efke also made an infrared film sold as Efke IR Please feel free to share your Efke IRc pics made on any format from 35mm up to sheet film I also have a bunch of info and examples of this film on my non commercial website www.
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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I shot it through my Canon A-1 camera using a 29 dark red filter. Always used it with a IR87 filter, which blocks most visible light. Fotokemika ceased all production in June You may feel differently. I found it easiest to load two bodies in the darkroom at home, rather than using a changing bag in the field.
Rated 4 out of 5 by burghal from nice halo effects Shot this on a cloudy day and still got some nice halo effects. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. August 29, August 29, kevinallan. The colour choice is pretty fixed at Kodak Ektar and Kodak Portra — at least in medium format. It may be that the black plastic film canisters are not fully opaque to IR, and should not be exposed to sunlight.
With the use of a deep red or opaque filter, water and blue sky become deep black.