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IR Film

While it still exists I'd like to try out some infrared film. I have some 120 Ilford SFX 200 which I was going use in my Holga.

My question is to people who shoot infrared film, what is your favorite method to do it?

Red #25 makes for pretty nice pictures.  Red #29 is slightly more awesome.  Then there's the whole caboodle of red-extended filters, but beware - most film doesn't go below 820 nm.  This is where digital cameras are the masters.

Wood usually is a guaranteed awesome subject in IR.