Diana F+: Lafourche Parish and Grand Isle, LA

Flooded cemetery

Open tomb

Lafourche Parish

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Black & white, various locations

Train depot at Lettsworth:

Lettsworth train depot

Flooded cemetery in Grand Isle:

Flooded cemetery

East Louisiana State Hospital in Jackson:

East Louisiana State Hospital

Same location:

East Louisiana State Hospital

Abandoned church near Jackson:

Abandoned church

Lettsworth:

Lettsworth

Also Lettsworth (there are a lot of abandoned buildings there):

Lettsworth

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first experiment with slide

I’ve never really used slide as it’s supposed to be used before. I’ve shot it, but only to have it cross-processed for wacky color results. I started paying more attention to slide during the whole “death of Kodachrome” thing. I bought a couple rolls of Fuji Velvia, in which the colors are either “vibrant” or “bilious”, depending on whether you’re talking to someone who thinks it’s an improvement on reality, or someone who calls it “Fuji Velveeta”. I shot this in the LC-A+, partly at Grand Isle and partly at Palmetto Island State Park. Exposure and color saturation have not been altered; this is what the film looks like as shot.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 1, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 2, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 3, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 28, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 24, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 15, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

 


LC-A+: Fuji Velvia 14, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.