I shot this backside air of Steve Caballero in 1983 at Del Mar Skate Ranch with authentic Kodak Color Infrared film with no filter. That’s John Lucero and Chris Black standing to the left side. Photo: Brittain #stevecaballero #johnlucero #chrisblack #delmarskateranch #infraredfilm
It’s very easy to fall in love with the special visuals resulting from using Kodak Aerochrome infrared film, but there’s a way deeper story that appeals in Daniel Zvereff’s series “Introspective” - if you have a chance, well worth a look.
Tombstone Territorial Park in Canada’s Yukon Territory is photographed using Kodak aerochrome infrared film. Originally intended for aerial photography to indicate areas of vegetation in surveys and to find camouflaged military encampments, this infrared-sensitive, false-color reversal film turns plant life a majestic red or purple hue while nonplant life often renders in gray or blue.