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    Default Using Exposed Film as IR Filter?

    Hi there,

    Been interested to find our more about finding a suitable IR low-pass material to fit my Sigma Fisheye and stumble across some net article saying that exposed film are possible.

    Has anyone tried using exposed film as IR filter?

    I tried to use the blacken part at then end of an old processed negative but the resulting picture us like something through a red filter. Leaves on the tree were not white.

    Just wana ask if anyone has tried this before and how's the photo.

    The article is here.

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    Default Re: Using Exposed Film as IR Filter?

    tried it with a medium format film, but i cant recall the end result, anyway, d60 is not a good choice of camera to do IR photography.

    you can check with quekky (d70 user), i think i had passed the negative for him to try long long time ago, not sure if he can still remember the result.
    Last edited by denniskee; 3rd February 2006 at 02:30 AM.
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