Tag: TB550/660/850

Aerochrome simple

Aerochrome: Keep it simple

The blue trees have kept me busy for some time. Whenever I went out, I used this ingenious filter combination to take photos. Now I’ve gone back to…

50mm

The new 50mm lens

Today I tested the new 50mm lens I bought. Basically I needed it so I could use the other one permanently for the “Bluegrass IR” look. But I…

Spring Aerochrome

Spring has finally arrived

Everything around us is blooming again – spring has finally arrived. I made a quick video test with the TB filter and Orange 16. The result is a…

YouTube Aerochrome

My first video on YouTube

Now I tested a bit further and found out that the Orange-16 filter, which I use for the Orange-Green method, also helps a bit with the Aerochrome emulation…

Digital Aerochrome video

Digital Aerochrome video

I have come a big step closer to real digital Aerochrome video. Here is the “secret” recipe. But beware! It may differ from camera to camera, respectively lens…

Disassemble a filter

Disassemble a filter

I have a confession to make: I destroyed my first Triple Bandpass TB550/660/850 filter (great for Aerochrome experiments) trying to get the glass out of the filter ring.…

Triple Bandpass filter

Video with the Triple Bandpass

Filming is easier with the Triple Bandpass filter than with the X1 method discussed in previous posts. The blue vegetation, which turns reddish after the channel swap, is…

TB550/660/850

TB550/660/850: The real test

The sun shone for a few hours, enough to take some photos with the TB550/660/850. The results are very similar to the Orange-Green filter method. In any case,…

TB550/660/850

The real digital Aerochrome?

Well, here it is, the fabled filter from Midwest Optical that seems to be great for Aerochrome-style photos: The TB550/660/850. You can’t buy it from any store or…

Aerochrome emulation

The crux of digital EIR

I am currently working on an authentic digital version of the discontinued Kodak Color Infrared film (Aerochrome) with cameras that have a Bayer sensor. Of course, I’m not…