London is always fun with lots to see and do! Here are a few shots of graffiti and more!
There is always plenty of graffiti to see which I always LOVE!
My holga camera has been out of commission as the foam that holds the film inside fell out and jammed up. Today I pulled together the supplies to fix it and finally have a roll of film in to test my fixed holga. I appreciated the help from all the forum members at toycamera.com who made some great suggestions and shared experiences about their own similar holga issues. Hopefully, the test roll turns out as I’m looking to use my camera for a project. Read the rest of this entry »
So we are planning a trip to the great NYC – I haven’t been since I was 16 and so I’m very excited to go again and see the sights! We have planned a lot of touring including an architectural walk tour.
Here is my dilemma – what cameras do I bring? We are only going for a few days so my original plans included the D-SLR, my Nikon P&S and the BBF-TLR…now, I started talking about it with a friend who started to say that perhaps I should bring the fisheye2 because it takes cool pictures and the results would be interesting to see…
This is a pic I took a few years ago during a scrabble game at Christmas. It was double exposed with a long shutter speed (sans tripod)
Here is a picture of the camera found on the Lomography Society microsite – click the photo to take you there.
So how many cameras are too many? Will I actually want to take all these cameras out with me? Or should I rely on my husband’s D5000 and go crazy with film?? Or forget the TLR and go with the fisheye? Decisions, decisions…oh, live on the wild side – take all 4 and then play it by ear! well…eye…
So I was reading the latest issue of Shutterbug magazine and enjoying a lovely article on Toy Cameras which are one of my hobbies (and I almost always have one with me). I really love my holga camera and would say the only thing that bothers me sometimes is that there is no where nearby that I can go to get the film developed. Read the rest of this entry »
This weekend I will be going to get the chance for some photography fun with my family and attend a corn husking bee – something I don’t think I’ve attended since I was a small child. I can’t wait to be able to photograph this fun and culturally significant event and take part in it with my family. Read the rest of this entry »