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DC instant history on display at the National Building Museum
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A beautiful image and story by @tokyocamerastyle via Instagram
Follow the link for the whole story :)

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Digital file cabinets are almost as good as the original film. I ran across this photographer's urban street work through a Library of Congress update. It took me two frames to fall in love with Camilo Jose Vergara's vision of New York, circa 1970-1973.

Visit at http://www.camilojosevergara.com/Old-New-York/1970-1973/2
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'50s Gangsta Style

Found in a local antique store.

#foundfilm
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Yeah, this basket-o-slides made me happy during a weekend antique store expedition 😀
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+Kelly-Shane Fuller is a Kodachrome Ninja! Go to the original post and read the comments to find out how he (mostly) cracked the code on processing this notoriously difficult film.
Here's another set of Kodachrome slides shot and developed TODAY in COLOR!!!
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+Mark Lees is finding his own film era collection. Love it! Check out his profile and follow for quality photography.
My first attempt at slide copying.

A few days ago I saw an old Panagor Zoom Slide Duplicator on Fleabay for the princely sum of £5 and I thought "That could be fun."

It arrived today and without any preparation, cleaning or setting up I grabbed an old slide, clipped the thing on to my 5D mkii and took a shot.

Behold... a smudgy, grainy facsimile of an ancient snap from my honeymoon some 28+ years ago. Actually, I'm quite thrilled by it and will be taking lots more.

What you see here is a snap of my beloved Honda CB1100R taken (probably) with an OM1 or 2 on Kodachrome 64. The date stamp on the slide says 05/89. The location is Powerscourt Waterfall, Ireland's tallest.

As it's Thursday I think it's appropriate to tag this with #TBT   #tbthursday   #ThrowBackThursday  

and also
#Believeinfilm  
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Roadside Revival; Hawaii in the '60s(?)

Having gone through most of the big bag of slides, I finally figured out the string that connected everything together. The Paterfamilias from "The Family" was apparently a Missouri based preacher. He travelled to Hawaii frequently and helped establish churches. Among other tools of the trade, there is documentation of tent and roadside revivals. This slide was marked as being a roadside revival.

There are still plenty of interesting images to share from this set. I have other family histories waiting in the wings and this Collection will just keep on going as long as G+ uses this format :)

#hawaii #foundfilm
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White Wedding in Hawaii

Judging by the getaway car, this was likely from the '50s. From the big bag of slides at the beginning of this Collection.

#foundfilm #otherpeopleslives
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Tourists

Hokey entertainment never goes out of style!

From the big bag of slides.

#foundphotos #foundfilm
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