"While black & white infrared film is fairly common, color IR film has been around for a while - Kodak's Ektachrome IR is one example. It's expensive, requires special care when loading, and requires special processing. According to a Kodak press release, the film is used primarily by "photographers interested in producing special-effects images, scientists, and forest/crop-management professionals." "
to tell you the truth, ive just started it, even that i had my converted IR camera for more than 8 months now, but i didnt really start taking IR photos till now, but i will inshallah, i was so anxious to get my Canon camera converted, but by the time it came back from the states i was going through a depressing phase, however the link you included in your comment gave me some very useful tips, coz mostly the key to a good IR photo is the White Balance, and i just got me a white balance thingy lol its really useful i got it from "Al Salam" shop in Abu Dhabi Mall its very useful to set the white balance right in the scene you are about to take the photo of, so i just thought about trying it with my IR camera even that i cannot really tell but what i got is REALLY promising so keep watching i think you will see more IR photos from me soon, and you dear did me a favor with this link, i needed that push. so many thanks