Discussion in 'Graphics, Design, and Photography' started by the goat, Feb 5, 2011.
Gonna pick up some IR film asap.
you wont find it, i think it was discontinued, even if you find some, it will be harder to find chemicals, and the hardest is the process its self.
go digital like i did, much easier.
Not really, most Pro labs do it, and they're generally just processed in either B&W chemistry or for colour it's regular E6.
A roll of 35mm is far cheaper than a decent IR filter. Ilford still make their IR film afaik.
if you're using IR film for the colors (red foilage, deep blue water and sky)
than go digital, you can still simulate that effect :
follow these steps
1. take 2 digital pictures, 1 IR and 1 visible (or FS, but prefer visible).
2. load both in photoshop.
3. create a new blank image (windows=CTRL+N, Mac=cmd+N) with same dimensions of the pictures in step 1.
4. copy the whole IR image and paste it in the RED channel of the picture you created in step 3.
5. copy the RED channel from the visible image and paste it in the GREEN channel of the image you created in step 3.
6. copy the GREEN channel from the visible image and paste it in the BLUE channel of the image you created in step 3
7. Post results!
(NOTE): use a tripod and a cable release if available. picture may need contrast and brightness adjusments.
.....OR send me the pictures and i'll take care of it
who has a pinhole bodycap?
Meh. Hardly use it, it was a fun exercise though.
hardly use it??? its the simplest, sharpest, cheapest and most awesome lens in the world!! (even tho there is no actual LENS).
it can shoot videos
and who knows what else does it do!!
Any body know where I can get some cheap expired film rolls?
I recently found our old Nikon F70. God knows how old it is, probably a lot older than me haha I'm 15 I'm pretty sure it works, just seems like it needs a new battery and some cleaning up, but I have absolutley no experience with film cameras. Are all films the same? Where do I get them from? How the f*** do I even put it in the damn camera? So many questions lol but from what I hear from so many people film pictures are awesome, and I'd love to try it out! Also, is there anywhere that actually processes film anymore?
i LOVE 35mm SLRs, too bad i dont have one
ebay, or check your local lab, they will give it to you for a penny, if not free.
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