2nd roll I shot with this treasure film. This one was shot around 5PM, and I got the strongest difficulties to scan it, it was all too red! I think shooting at noon was giving me more flexibility in scanning the red light :)


  1. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    So pretty!!

  2. tonantzin
    tonantzin ·

    Woooow great album!

  3. 134340
    134340 ·

    Stunning album!

  4. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    Nice album!

  5. sweetyyydreams
    sweetyyydreams ·

    Superbes photos!

  6. peter_jurrett
    peter_jurrett ·

    Hi, this comment is due in part of the Lomography Spring Into Shape Campaign.
    Despite of the commercial purpose of this initiative, I really liked this shot.
    I always take respect for every lomographer's work.
    Have a nice day!

  7. dida
    dida ·


  8. istionojr
    istionojr ·


  9. kangiha
    kangiha ·

    beautiful infrareds! great subject great album, Cheers!

  10. atria007
    atria007 ·

    great album Martin!!!!! amazing colours!!! =D

  11. emkei
    emkei ·

    nice album!

  12. opon21
    opon21 ·


  13. naiseta
    naiseta ·

    fantastic album!!

  14. wafflesaurus
    wafflesaurus ·


  15. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    thank you everyboody :)

  16. winterschlaefer
    winterschlaefer ·

    great shot!

  17. fruchtzwerg_hh
    fruchtzwerg_hh ·

    Great album!!!

  18. in_my_dreams
    in_my_dreams ·

    Love it !

  19. math0165
    math0165 ·

    so nice :)

  20. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Excellent album!! When you C-41 Aerochrome III, it makes more red and more contrast. Add shooting with orange rather than yellow filter, even more red with some purple effects with scanning, unpredictable stuff. Original processing was AR-5, unavailable. Yellow filter and E-6 processing is softer, more predictable results (I hope). I'm waiting for a roll to come back from processor, Samy's, done E-6 and yellow filter. Here's the Orange Filter, C-41 Roll: www.lomography.jp/homes/herbert-4/albums/1752577-1st-roll-a…

  21. amytam
    amytam ·

    this is pretty awesome!!

  22. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    thank you all again!! @herbert-4 this is orange filter and xproed but really different from your shots. Why shooting at 160iso? You were high in the mountains?
    My experience from this second roll, especially when scanning, is that the infrared light amount and inclination is probably very different between noon and end of afternoon, which creates really different amounts of red in the negative to scan. Tough job, but magic in the end!!! :)

  23. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    The filter I used was called a Milo O #3 and was pretty dark, filter factor was 2.5, and altitude was ~700 meters. I didn't think about altitude. I hope to have next roll back soon from Descanso Gardens Lomowalk. It will be Medium Yellow Filter and ISO 400 per Dean Bennici's recommendation. Altitude ~350 meters. Hope it works.

  24. robotto_dawad
    robotto_dawad ·


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