Early Film Photos - Salleh
This is from Cly's very first roll of Kodak HIE infared film. Cly had experimented with Ilford's 200 SFX film ("pseudo-infrared" film) before with boring results. Cly feels fortunate to have this shot becuse many of the shots on the roll were fogged due to heat. Cly had to use his old Canon AE-1 because his newer Canon EOS 300 used an infrared sensor to assist in the film winding; additionally, there is a window in the back of the body to show the film cannister - both detrimental to infrared film!

This was taken outside the Salt Lake City temple which Cly had the opprotunity to visit on a road trip in the spring of 2001 (a year before the Olympics).

This is from Cly's very first roll of Kodak HIE infared film. Cly had experimented with Ilford's 200 SFX film ("pseudo-infrared" film) before with boring results. Cly feels fortunate to have this shot becuse many of the shots on the roll were fogged due to heat. Cly had to use his old Canon AE-1 because his newer Canon EOS 300 used an infrared sensor to assist in the film winding; additionally, there is a window in the back of the body to show the film cannister - both detrimental to infrared film!

This was taken outside the Salt Lake City temple which Cly had the opprotunity to visit on a road trip in the spring of 2001 (a year before the Olympics).

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