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http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/46369-important~-the-forum-its-future-and-finances/

Clicker and Ryewolf   ADMIN TEAM 

The long and the short of it


JamesT

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Taken about a month ago, but I only got the last of the films developed & scanned over the weekend. All Intrepid 5x4 with a Fujinon 135mm lens

Normal (Fomapan 100, Yellow filter)

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Long (Rollei IR, IR720 filter)

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Short (Blue-sensitive aero duplicating film, no filter)

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2 minutes ago, Clicker said:

Have you grown them all ?

Only the beans.

The main goal was to show just how much difference different wavebands make. What I failed to do (I thought of it after I'd cooked the beans) was to take a colour photo as well. The pepper is red, green beans, yellow lemon and blue and white plate.

Probably the most surprising thing to me is that the blue plate looks brighter in IR than in Blue, perhaps the glaze is very reflective in the near IR.

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