Hi all especially terri since she's the expert on all things IR Here are the results of my first roll of Kodak HIE using a Hoya A25 red filter. With each image is the ISO speed, the exposure adjustment, and the markings on the back of the photograph which I believe were the exposure settings for the print. Can someone please explain what they mean and recomend a new exposure for each image. ISO 336 +0, N N N-1 06 (Looks Great) ISO 336 +0, N N N N 21 (This one too) ISO 336 -1, N N N+2-43 ISO 336 -1, N N N N-21 ISO 336 -1, N N N N 02 (This one looks perfect) ISO 336 -1, N N N-1 24 ISO 266 -1, N N N N-06 (This one looks good too) ISO 336 -1, N N N+3-14 ISO 336 -1, N N N N-20 Except for 2 the rest look pretty overexposed. However I can't really judge by how much since the lab obviously did some post processing on the images. Can anyone here help me decipher the NNNNs My camera unfortunatly only has 2 settings between 200 and 400 which is the reason for the strange values. Also I posted the images unchanged this time, so you can see my scanner in all it's CRAP glory. They aren't as dull as they look.