EFKE 820 PDF
Efke 35mm IR Black and White Infrared Film – is a great medium speed film when you want to shoot this specialized type of image. With a spectral sensitivity . I have created this group to talk about and share pictures made with Efke IR infrared film. With the demise of Kodak’s HIE people are looking for an. This is why Efke’s exists. The traditional heavy users of IR film–police, military, scientific–have mostly switched to digital imaging.
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Because the film is so slow, I tried only a few skin tone shots; for me, IR works best for landscapes and especially for old buildings. Rated 4 out of 5 by burghal from nice halo effects Shot this on a cloudy day and still got some nice halo effects. Check Out This Video on Notify me of new posts via email.
There have been efforts  to save the Fotokemika heritage. If you are using a reflex, you will need to focus with the filter off, or scale focus. With the use of a deep red or opaque filter, water and blue sky become deep black. This is why Efke’s evke. Even then, three of the nine rolls I loaded in the dark had fogged leaders and some light strike through the cassette lips: You may feel differently.
You are commenting using your WordPress. No two emulsions are quite the same genetic uniquenessand even with the same emulsion, each photographer edke a different regime for exposure, filtration, development, and printing upbringing. Hicks, All Rights Reserved. With the slightest cloud, or in the morning or late afternoon, another stop or even two was advisable.
Two mayor issues with this film are a filter choice, and b film speed. Rated 5 out of 5 by altprocess from Efke IR This was my first roll of infrared film.
Efke Infrared IR820 120
Manufacturing companies of Croatia Photography companies Photographic film makers Defunct photography companies Photographic films Brand name products stubs. Create new account Request new password. Has anyone had problems with faint exposure marks? Get a changing bag too.
It may be that the black plastic film canisters are not fully opaque to IR, and should not be exposed to sunlight. This was ekfe too short, though I did get one rather nice landscape by printing on Grade 5.
Caribou – Denali, Alaska. The halo effect is extremely visible, as described.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. For development, I used Xtol 1 to 2 dilution, 68 degrees F, for 16 minutes.
Infrared with Efke IR 820c Aura
You are commenting using your Twitter account. If anybody needs Efke film-I have it!! The traditional heavy users of IR film–police, military, scientific–have mostly switched to digital imaging.
Overall the film performed well with the green foliage turning out various gradations of white. I prefer using the anti-halation, because of the sharp focus and fine art photography look. From what I’ve read you need the Hoya R72 filter to turn the sky black. The Efke 25, 50 and products were made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced in the s.
Efke AURA IR 35mm Black and White Infrared Film B&H
At 14 minutes, I never needed less than Grade 2 or more than Grade 4, at least with a half-competently exposed negative. This film has high resolving power. Efke also made an infrared film sold as Efke IR I found it easiest to load two bodies in the darkroom at home, rather than using a changing bag in the field. Page 1 Page 2. Here Are 3 Easy This page was last edited on 18 Septemberat Efke was one of the last manufacturers still making 280 once-popular filmand indeed was the only manufacturer in the world making format film betweenwhen Kodak discontinued the format, andwhen a  Canadian company also began making It is available in several formats up to 4×5″ and it features a egke sensitivity of nm.
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This makes the film thinner and the emulsion more easily damaged, especially when still wet after development. Evke tones and lips turn white. Grain was wisible but acceptable.
The results for both shoots were so-so, but that was because with the Mamiya, I used an 25 red filter. No Longer Available Update Location close. But what is its “signature,” and how is this affected by the variables mentioned earlier? The negative was slighlty underexposed, still showing nice range of gray, but R25 produced no IR effect.