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1226 days ago
Need used film rolls and broken camera lenses for decorations

My daughter wants to have a Photography themed Bat Mitzvah and wants to send those cool invites and lenses for paper flower vases.  Anyone have any ideas where I can get my hands on these as a non-photographer?

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1226 days ago
Try "lot of broken camera lenses" on ebay.

KEH Camera Outlet usually has several piles of as-is groups of stuff. They tend to have more camera bodies than lenses, but you never know.
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1225 days ago
When you mean film rolls, are you talking just the metal canisters? If you're looking for those, go hit a drug store or Costco - somewhere where they still process film. They probably have them by the ton and can let you have as much as you want. I don't know what your budget is or how many you need but if you;re looking for fake lenses, you might want to check out something like this:

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1225 days ago
I'd seen somewhere, maybe on the PJJ newsletter, someone made giant rolls of film. I think they painted large tubes, to look like Kodak orange with black. I've used cardboard form tubes that are used for concrete forms found at Home Depot for projects that required that shape.
Won't work for vases but maybe for décor, or give you an idea for making vases.

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