A week after I had put together my P-Sharan Wide 35 pinhole camera, I was itching to put it to use in some way. When I was finally able to spend the afternoon in New York's Chinatown district, I decided to grab some landscape shots wherever I could. The end results felt very otherworldly, as if I had made all the traffic in the area disappear (especially when combined with the expired Fujicolor 200 stock I was using that day). These will probably find their way into an opening or closing title sequence for one possible film I am trying to scratch together...

Photographer:
pollyarts
Uploaded:
2012-04-27
Camera:
P-Sharam Wide 35
Film:
Fujicolor 200 Asa
City:
New York
Country:
United States
Albums:
Ghosts of Chinatown: March 2012

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