First Infrared Shot

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  1. hojamohoho

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    This is the first print from my first roll of infrared film (Kodak HIE).

    It was exposed using a Canon EOS10 with a Hoya 25A red filter at f/11 and 1/125.

    I was highly impressed with the film as everthing seemed to work and it looks like i'll get about 12 usable shots (not bad considering i bracketed pretty much everything). I'll be printing some more tommorow and will post them up when they're done.

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    These are the same shot just played around differently in photoshop. The first on i just adjusted the brightness and small contrast from the scanned image. The second and third i adjusted brightness and the levels. The second one is the closest i could get to the original print, but it's still not the same (i think the third is a little flat).

    Let us know what you think about improvements to the shot and which edit you prefer...

    Thanks.
     
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    I like photo 2 a lot. The other 2 are a little flat.
     
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    Here's a few more...

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    Photo 5
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    very nice. what settings did you use for the one with what looks like a walkway or path?
     
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    If your talking about photo 6 then it was f/11 @ 1/15 (TTL) - Shot in overcast conditions.

    If your getting red boxes instead of the images come back tommorow... problem with site which is hosting the pics...
     

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