See, sky, lemon trees and a bit of Infrared light

The typical effect of infrared film could be seen only in the last photo (which I like calling “The happy farmer”), where the leaves of the lemon tree are in bright gray color. The effects of infrared is usually visible exactly in leaves and grass, because they contain greater level of infrared light so they appear in white or light gray color, whereas the sky and water appear darker. Unfortunately this is not the case in the rest of the photos, which look simply as B&W.

I love the contrast, though! I think my Zenit got along well with the IR film :)

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Camera Zenit 11 | Film AGFA Infrared ISO 400 | Solta island |Croatia

See more of my IR photos here.