EIR Test Roll #2
My second roll of Kodak EIR, exposed at 400 ISO using a yellow filter. I processed this roll myself using C-41 chemistry with better results than my previous roll. This film is cut slightly narrower regular 120 film and I couldn't get it to load on my plastic reels, so the first roll took forever to load and the film got fogged and damaged. This time I discovered the you can load Jobo plastic reels the same way you load stainless steel reels and it worked fine.This photo was shot on film. Taken by kdstevens with a Lubitel 166+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak EIR Infrared Film film in Novato, Marin County, California, United States. These tags describe this photo: indian valley trail, trail, hiking, trees, kitchen sink processing, yellow filter, eir, diy processing, infrared film, xpro, x-pro, cross processed, expired, expired film, expired kodak eir infrared film, and c-41 processing. Date: 2011-07. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album More Infrared, EIR Test Roll #2.
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