The film I love the best!

The use of infrared film has always been a  fascination since first "discovering" it back in the 1980's. For a photographer, it can be quite unpredictable to work with at times because it can be affected by heat, humidity and whatever exposure you may choose. Nonetheless, when you get it right, the results are truly very enjoyable. It makes black & white photography both challenging and amusing, if you will. Kind of like a box of Cracker Jacks; you never know exactly what you'll get. Then again, that's what keeps me coming back for more, simply because it's my favorite Black & White film for creating infrared photographs.

Welcome to “The Twilight Zone”!