Ektachrome IR Experiment #1 (not dial up friendly)

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  1. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Ektachrome IR Experiment

    I shoot 2 36-rolls of his film between November and December at different location around South Florida. Processing EIR with E-6 produces false colors with higher color saturation and contrast. It can also be processed with AR-4. Also it is recommended by Kodak that you use a #12 yellow. The lab that I used for processing only does high-end drum scan and not inserted in doing low-end scans for me. So I took them to Costco, but there scans do not seem as sharp as slides to me. I need to by a film scanner.

    The only changes to the color version (except one) were cropping. The B&W there converted in Elements 2 with Nik’s B&W filter. I did tinker with levers before converting.


    Spec:
    Canon EOS-1
    Simga 28-70mm 2.8
    #12 Yellow Filter
    200 ASA
    E-6 process
    Processed by Chromeworks Hollywood
    Scanned - Costco



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