Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Hampstead Heath

Went out with the Minolta at the weekend to Hampstead Heath. Shot on Rollei film, which has higher sensitivity to the red end of the spectrum which means it is near infra-red, i used a yellow filter for these shots but with a red one you get a much more pronounced IR effect. The effect which you can see here is green foliage turned much whiter than you would get with regular b+w film.The first image is actually a black and white taken from the same roll of film as the others, however i have coloured it by hand in post (which takes ages!), this actually turned out pretty great.
Developing: 17.5 minutes in rodinal, 1:50 dilution at 20 degrees.
Shot on : Rollei retro 400s on a Minolta autocord+yellow filter.

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