Thursday, September 27, 2012

Lomo Snaps and an outfit

Well, Solanah's post was the last of the guest posts I had lined up so I suppose now is as good a time as any to end my blogging break! Thanks to all of my wonderful guest posters and thank-you to everyone for the kind comments on this post. And I'm glad you've all been enjoying the guest posts, too!

One of the many things I did on my blogging break was to finally finish off the roll of film that was in my Lomo Smena 8M and get it developed. I have no idea how long the film had been in there but there were a couple of outfit shots so I thought I'd share those as well as some other snaps.

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Outfit details: scarf - op-shop; sunglasses - ?; dress - somewhere in Melbourne; brooch - etsy; belt - ?; bangles - op-shops; socks - Happy Socks; shoes - gift.


Not quite in focus...

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I love playing around with multiple exposures.


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I thought the film photos would make a nice change from my usual digital! I really need to use my film cameras more often. I like when I leave a roll in for a long time and get a nice surprise when the photos are finally developed.

Love,
Andi B. Goode
x

11 comments:

  1. I do love that little brooch - so cute!

    Porcelina xx

    www.porcelinasworld.blogspot.com

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  2. Love your photos! The last one especially!

    Your dress is cute and it's even cuter with your little plaits. :)

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  3. Welcome back, sweet Andi! Those outfits snaps are really darling. I love that you're sporting braided pigtails here. Ever since I saw your post with your hair like that earlier this year, I've been taking your lead and wearing mine like usually once a week or more.

    ♥ Jessica

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  4. i need to get out and shoot some film soon! this post has inspired me.

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  5. Oh these are gorgeous shots, love the last one especially, can really tell how mega fast your hair has grown, who are you rapunsel?! xxx

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  6. Nice to have you back. Cute dress and nice photos, nothing beats a good ol' film camera!

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