Blood-red Witchery: Portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III color infrared slide film

Blood-red Witchery: Portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III color infrared slide film

I spent a year preparing to shoot a roll of portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III Infrared 1443, the false-color infrared-sensitive film manufactured by Kodak for aerial reconnaissance and scientific purposes in one shape or form between the early 1940s and 2010. There are some informative articles on the web about the film and how to shoot it correctly, including this interview here on EMULSIVE with Mr AEROCHROME himself, Dean Bennici. As a result, everyone can find the complete specs of modern AEROCHROME film.

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I spent a year preparing to shoot a roll of portraits on Kodak AEROCHROME III Infrared 1443, the false-color infrared-sensitive film manufactured by Kodak for aerial reconnaissance and scientific purposes in one shape or form between the early 1940s and 2010. There are some informative articles on the web about the film and how to shoot it correctly, including this interview here on EMULSIVE with Mr AEROCHROME himself, Dean Bennici. As a result, everyone can find the complete specs of modern AEROCHROME film.
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