How do you recreate an Aerochrome?

Steps to Recreate Aerochrome

  1. Step 1: Take the photos. The first step is to take three photos with different filters so they each capture different parts of the color spectrum.
  2. Step 2: Add the false colors. Edit the photos to their “false color”.
  3. Step 3: Combine the images.

What is Kodak Aerochrome?

Kodak Aerochrome is a false-color infrared film originally designed for aerial photography, with forestry, cartography, industrial, and military applications.

Is Kodak bringing back Aerochrome?

Kodak’s factory prevents it. Around ~2010 IIRC Kodak changed their manufacturing process. All films, after coating/sensitizing, are scanned with an infrared laser.

What is IR Chrome?

Infrared image shot with IR Chrome filter. One of the challenges of color infrared photography is that what you see in camera is not what you’ll get after editing. The IR Chrome filter gives you the end result, in camera, without all of the processing. IR Chrome recreates the look of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film.

What is a full spectrum camera?

The Full Spectrum filter allows the camera sensor to see the entire range of wavelengths to which it is naturally sensitive. This means that you will have a colour image, whose colour is distorted by the presence of IR light.

When was Aerochrome discontinued?

Since Kodak’s famous infrared color film IR-Ektachrome (an alternative stock: Aerochrome III) was discontinued in the 2000’s, the use of infrared (IR) photography has had to be limited to using digital equipment, or only black and white IR film.

Why was Aerochrome made?

KODAK AEROCHROME III Infrared Film 1443 is an infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film intended for various aerial photographic applications where infrared discriminations may yield practical results.

What can you do with a full spectrum camera?

Wondering what a “Full Spectrum” camera is? In basic terms it is a camera that can “see” more light than a normal camera. A full spectrum camera will still perform well as a “normal” camera and will capture great normal images. It will also be able to capture infrared images, ultraviolet light images, and much more.

How do I convert my camera to full spectrum?

How to Convert Your DSLR to a Full Spectrum Camera

  1. Before You Start Converting Your DSLR.
  2. Step 1: Remove screws to open the camera.
  3. Step 2: Remove the back cover and side panel.
  4. Step 3: Remove the camera’s circuit board.
  5. Step 4: Remove the remaining body panels to access the sensor.
  6. Step 5: Remove the camera’s sensor.