Beth Maciorowski's pseudo infrared experiment


Beth Maciorowski has experimented with just about every photographic technique. In this series, Beth used colored filters with bnw film and got some amazing results.


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ALTER/ANALOG:  How does the red filter produce the near infrared results?  


BM: Using colored filters for black and white film has interesting results. the deep red filter I use with infrared film (or the SFX film), I believe blocks out blue tones which is why blue skies turn really dark. in infrared film, foliage turns bright white. I love that effect.


ALTER/ANALOG:  You are a prolific photographer.  How often do you shoot?


BM: Thank you. I think of it as an appendage sometimes. Almost daily but if I am not actually shooting, I am thinking about it. 


ALTER/ANALOG:  How do you keep yourself inspired so you are able to produce so much good work?


BM: Honestly, I just go outside. nature never stops inspiring. I live in a place where the weather changes a lot and I like that. and also, there is often something emotionally manifesting inside that has a need to come out.


ALTER/ANALOG: You are fearless in your experimentation with film.  Do you find yourself having to go through many tests to get the results you are looking for?


BM: Some of the techniques I use took years of practice, trial and error. but now, in terms of making images, they just appear. It is a natural occurrence. recently I had trouble with a particular image which I came up with ahead of time, not how I am used to working. The bugs just about killed me the first shoot. The 2nd one, my developer turned and I lost the roll. Third time's a charm on that one.

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