Post-war Photography Day
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I snapped a quick photo of my girlfriend/boss (nicolegesmondi.com) on an outing to Jamestown with our antique cameras. Here she is photographing a lighthouse with my 1950's AGFA Clack, while I capture her image using her 1960's Diana camera. Who doesn't love light leaks!?!
I took this photo, about a minute after I took The Young Man and the Seawith Nicole's Holga.
Created using my girlfriend's Diana camera with expired Fuji T64 slide film cross processed with C-41. Photo scanned with an HP Scanjet 4890. No digital manipulation used!
In the story The One I Love.
Also by Paul Lavallee
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