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Author: Rob Hawthorn

Travelogue: Kodak AEROCHROME in the Yucatan

Most film shooters have heard of Kodak’s AEROCHROME colour infrared film, it turns healthy green foliage a deep red or pink where infrared light is reflected. But what exactly is the appeal of shooting this film? It’s difficult to use, hard to source, expensive, difficult to store, and there will always be one or two observers who’ll ask “Can’t you just do that in photoshop?” So, is this just a novelty film stock? The immediate appeal of AEROCHROME is obvious, at least to fellow film shooters: It just renders such stunning, otherworldly images. A much more interesting question, one I’m...

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