Easily Make Your Own Homemade Photography Filters that Work

Yes, I’m serious, this it’s not a joke. You can create homemade photography filters for your camera (either digital or film). And yes, it’s incredible easy. homemade infrared filter: a piece of developed unexposed slide film OR a floppy disk ! homemade blue filter: a piece of exposed developed slide film with methyl blue homemade yellow filter: a piece of exposed developed slide film with methyl yellow IR Filter For obtaining the home made IR filter you need: piece of developed unexposed slide film or a floppy disk. You must go at the photo store and ask for developing the unexposed film. The home-made filter typically begins transmission at around 710-730nm. “Congo Blue” theater gels are designed to pass IR light in order to avoid damage from heating. When combined with red filters which block their visible blue, the combination is reported to pass the shorter wavelengths of infrared up to … Read more

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