Early Film Photos - Salleh
Cly took the day off work to go to the Calgary Stampede (July 2001). It would have been a dismal day photographically if he hadn't taken this one. He shot 3 rolls of Fuji Reala 200 that day with disappointing results. The rodeo was sloppy-looking because it rained.

Cly was pleasantly surprinsed when he got this one developed. As with many long exposure shots, the results often look very different than what was seen through the viewfinder. This particular scene was jam-packed with people and all of the bottom half of the candy stand was hidden by bodies. In the print, only the folks who stood still for 3 seconds show up. The sky came out with a pleasant blue hue as well; Cly remembers it looking mostly grey at the scene.

Cly took the day off work to go to the Calgary Stampede (July 2001). It would have been a dismal day photographically if he hadn't taken this one. He shot 3 rolls of Fuji Reala 200 that day with disappointing results. The rodeo was sloppy-looking because it rained.

Cly was pleasantly surprinsed when he got this one developed. As with many long exposure shots, the results often look very different than what was seen through the viewfinder. This particular scene was jam-packed with people and all of the bottom half of the candy stand was hidden by bodies. In the print, only the folks who stood still for 3 seconds show up. The sky came out with a pleasant blue hue as well; Cly remembers it looking mostly grey at the scene.

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