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Pacific Time podcast: A snapshot of MacArthur Park's instant photographers

Polaroid photographer

In this edition of Pacific Time:

Pacific Time podcast

MacArthur Park's Polaroid photographers are the last of a dying breed. Reporter Esmeralda Bermudez talks about her childhood memories of these photographers in the park, hawking their skills, and the fading image that remains there today. (You can read the story here.)

Listen to this episode by clicking below, or subscribe here.

-- Michelle Maltais


Photo: Javier Prado sits in his folding chair waiting for customers at MacArthur Park. Prado shoots instant photos as he awaits his big break as a singer.

 
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