On my photo trips I almost always have an analog camera with me. This time it was a 35mm camera with the legendary Kodak high speed infrared film. The pictures are a little different than the digital pictures from this shoot with Eve.
I love the characteristics of Kodak High Speed Infrared Film. I've been working with it for many years, but like many other extraordinary analog materials, it has fallen victim to digital photography. But I still have a few films from the last batch in my freezer and use a roll or two on special occasions like this.
For the pictures I used a Contax RX with the Distagon 4/18, Distagon 2.8/28 and Tessar 2.8/45 lenses. For this film I use orange or red filters, which achieve the desired effect and allow a very good assessment with the viewfinder.