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Wednesday, August 05, 2015

April-May on Film

Taken with my Pentax ME Super and Fuji Color 200 35mm film. You can see my first film post of the year here: January-March on film. Hope you enjoy.

Mirror selfie



Anzac Jets
Anzac Jets




Went for lunch with my friend and 22 was the number for my order! I had an immediate positive reaction as 22 is my number :)
I have no recollection of taking this!
I got this charm bracelet for my 13th birthday but I recently added the airplane to it
Lets pretend this is not a life size cardboard cut out of Harry Styles with a witch hat on
This spider scared the living daylights out of me
Spying through my mail box
I love doing these kinds of posts. I think this camera has really made me fall in love with film again. ♥

12 comments:

  1. These are really stunning photos, Erin! Analogue photography is my absolute favourite.

    Katrina Sophia

    P.S. I LOVE your wrist tattoo x

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  2. Film photography will never get old since they can produce images with such depth and beauty! Love your shots! :)

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    1. Thank you so much Marielle! Film is timeless. I hope it never goes away ♥

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  3. Film is just magic. There's something in it that I'll always love more than digital! Really lovely photographs :)

    Emily | One Stormy Sunday

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    1. It really is special. Thank you for the lovely comment Emily ♥

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  4. I love these photos! I've had film fever and have been window shopping for a camera, and this really inspires me. <3

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    1. Ooh which cameras have you been lusting over? Thanks for commenting Katie x

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  5. I've never laughed harder - who would've guessed that'd be Harry Styles in cut-out form? (Certainly not me.)
    Anyway, I'm enjoying this series thoroughly :) I truly admie the different perspectives you've taken with each photo. That photo of the 22, your tattoo + charm bracelet, spiderweb and mailbox view are by far my favourites here!

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    1. Haha I debated adding it because it's not a good photo but I thought someone might get a kick out of it.

      I think those are my favourites too :)

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  6. What the heck these are beautiful! I have this same camera as well, among others. It's one of my top faves and the fact that it's so lightweight makes it easy to grab and carry around.
    Though we use the same camera and film, you're do look a bit different, so I'm wondering where you have three developed and if the built in light meter still works. My battery was out and obviously we can't buy them anymore so I just use an app on my phone.
    Awesome shots!

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    1. Thank you for the kind comment Abigail! As far as I'm aware everything is still working with the camera and was when I bought it, but I really wasn't happy with my first roll with this camera. What I found is that using the 50mm lens and a higher ISO film (400 or 800) produces better results. Good luck x

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