I’m In Love

Film preview

I’m giddy. I hate the suspense of surprises. I always tell people that if you want to surprise me with something, don’t tell me you’re going to surprise me with something because it kills me. You can imagine the state I’ve been in this last week, knowing I dropped film off at the lab and would have to wait to see it. Luckily, I got to go on a trip and *try* to forget about it.

This is straight out of the camera. And by camera, I mean my bright sunshiny yellow Holga. I’m in love. Lots more to come.

marissa 14:38 May 30, 2012 Reply
Beautiful! I'm excited to see more!
[...] blowing my mind these days is film. I’ve been experimenting a bit with it, like I said in my last post, I’m in love.  Best impulse buy EVER. I brought my medium format camera out on this shoot, [...]
[…] blowing my mind these days is film. I’ve been experimenting a bit with it, like I said in my last post, I’m in love. Best impulse buy EVER. I brought my medium format camera out on this shoot, […]

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