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  This is a shot that is not as interesting as I imagined it would be when I took it. Part of it is a lack of sharpness on the buildings and the balconies. But I kind of think there’s still something here.  This is on Roosevelt Avenue in the Woodside neighborhood of Queens.

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Two different cameras and different film, but the shots above and below were taken about 1.5 blocks apart and within 20-30 minutes of each other. The live Kat had an uncanny knack for looking right at me and the klens, then turning away at the exact moment in between when I decide to press the […]

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    I believe this venue is now a dance studio.  This sign appears on Cooper Avenue, in the Glendale section of Queens. This images is a bit of a bastard. It was shot with 35mm film, on a Minolta SRT-202 with the 58mm f/1.2 lens, but I cropped to a square fake  medium format look with […]

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  Even though it seems like it should not work, I be that somehow this door does open and function. Not much more to add except that this is Kodak Ektar fil, accidentally overexposed with as much color and detail recovered was seemed possible.

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  Once upon a time New York had basically two forms of portable coffee cup: styrofoam and the Anthora: “Anthora – We are happy to serve you” by Dan Bluestein – We are happy to serve you. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Nowadays you do not see much of either. Styrofoam is […]

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