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I went back into my archives for this one, looking for something for the Film Friday and Plastic Lens Friday photo themes on Google Plus.* This is a shot of the Apple Store Cube on Fifth Avenue, taken with the first roll I shot on my Diana F+ plastic camera, and also taken before the […]

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The Coney Island Circus Sideshow bills itself as “the last permanently housed place in the USA where you can experience the thrill of a traditional ten-in-one circus sideshow.”   Photograph of sign for the Coney Island Circus Sideshow, taken with Diana F+ plastic lens camera on Velvia 100 slide film, cross processed.

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  Photograph of the Eldorado Arcade sign at Coney Island, taken with a Diana F+ plastic lens camera and cross-processed Velvia 100 slide film. “El Dorado” is Spanish for “the golden one” and refers to a legendary “lost city of gold” somewhere in the new world. Why this arcade combined “El” and “Dorado” into one […]

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I could not decide whether I preferred this storefront shot straight on, or from an angle that also showed the Parachute Jump tower behind it, so I’m posting them both. The Coney Island Beach Shop is a family owned, purveyor of souvenirs, printed t-shirts, and beach supplies, located in Coney Island next to Nathan’s. This image […]

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Shooting 35mm film in the Diana F+, and choosing to expose the sprocket holes, creates a near square aspect ratio. So there was really no reason for me to turn the camera sideways, but I did anyway. I did not even think about how it would move the sprocket holes to the sides. This is, […]

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