Way back around 1980 I first experimented with Kodak Ektachrome IR film, which rendered false color slides and was classically was shot with a #12 yellow filter. Skin would turn sallow yellow/green and green grass and leaves would turn red/pink. It was one of those love it or hate it effects, but it was hip for band's album cover art like Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Donovan and Black Sabbath in the 60s and 70s. Then in 2000 I shot Kodak's EIR film for the last time on a project aptly titled Infrared Santa Fe. The film's results were particular to very limited exposure latitude (dynamic range), high contrast, and grain.
Fast forward to modern times, the film has been discontinued and modified digital cameras and IR filters can now do a seemingly endless variety of color mixing. I gravitated towards the Kolari Vision Infrared - IR Chrome look, as it was the closest thing to my beloved Kodak film. I'm still getting the hang of the processing to achieve the reminiscent look, less the excessive contrast and grain.
This gallery has images from the 80s, 2000s, and 2020.