An image of a lifeguard tower on Venice Beach, shot on Ilford XP1 film, is shown. The film is so far past its expiration date that the "ink from the markings on the backing paper transferred to the film emulsion," according to the photographer, resulting in the ghostly numbers in the middle of the frame.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kevin BalluffLink
A glass of beer is lit by a light-emitting diode in a long-exposure image, causing bubbles to appear as streaks of light in the glass.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: David SandenLink
In San Pedro, a girl's tricycle is decked out with holiday decorations.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris ValleLink
A spontaneous laugh is caught on film at a Metro station in downtown Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anthony SamaniegoLink
The downtown L.A. skyline, as photographed through a tilt-shift lens, is shown.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gary J. WinterboerLink
Shown are patrons and beverages at the Edison in downtown L.A., part of a six-month series about working at the bar.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Robert LarsonLink
Dancers rehearse for a piece called "Priceless Soul" at the Djanbazian Dance Company in La Crescenta.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Armineh HovanesianLink
Pigeons are silhouetted against the moon in Venice.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Steve GaskinLink
Brightly-colored Bougainvillea flowers stand out against the bokeh in the background.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chris JacksonLink
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