Topless Women and Chains in Downtown Orlando

In a previous blog, I wrote about photographing freaky Orlando parties hosted by Tania Bernard.

The following pics happened during a Halloween event. The now-closed Knock Knock hosted it.  Knock Knock existed in Downtown Orlando.

For this event, I used my Canon Rebel 2000.  For film, I used Fuji 400.  Plus I used a Kodak 400 black and white film.  Most black and white film couldn’t be processed in one hour photo.  It had to be processed at another lab.  For this, you had to wait two weeks.  Yet, the Kodak film I had could be processed at the one hour photo lab.

This was the last time I used film to photograph an event.

If you see yourself in these pics and don’t like what you see, contact me and I shall remove the pic at your request.

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