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squeeze it posted by Theresa December 16, 2004 12:38AM reply | quote
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By using only the washer and squeezing LB all the way in, you can get some very surrealistic looking images.

These were made with infrared film.

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Re: squeeze it posted by Craig (Admin) December 17, 2004 01:07PM reply | quote
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Almost pinhole like.

What filtration, if any?

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Re: squeeze it posted by Theresa December 18, 2004 12:26AM reply | quote
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Re: squeeze it posted by David Morel December 21, 2004 02:43AM reply | quote
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Theresa...I really like these...I enjoy shooting infrared also...did you have long exposures for these?



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Re: squeeze it posted by Theresa December 21, 2004 02:48AM reply | quote
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thanks. these are regular handheld exposures using the HIE at 200 ASA.
Re: squeeze it posted by David Morel December 21, 2004 03:00AM reply | quote
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Hie? Shooting digital infrared the filters stop down the light levels so significantly that a tripod is required unless shooting at really high ISO's...



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Re: squeeze it posted by Theresa December 21, 2004 03:09AM reply | quote
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Kodak HIE is a high speed infrared film that allows shooting at many different ASAs depending on the effect you want. And you only have to use a red filter, not the blackout infrared filter required for digital infrared shooting.

Of course it has its drawbacks, too. Like having to load and unload the film from the camera in a darkbag.

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