Monday, July 11, 2011

My life in Film

Visiting the Ruby and Madame Hawke studio in Auckland (full post HERE). 

A walk by the river just before I got my first major haircut in years

Afternoons spent in cafes and digging through local bookshops

Just wanted to share a few more snaps from one of my latest rolls of film. I always enjoy scanning the images in and reliving the little moments we've captured. It makes me appreciate my life and the  adventures my husband and I get up to! All of these were taken on my beloved LC-A+ and I think it's pretty safe to say that for the next while any film pictures you see on here will have been taken with that camera- I'm in love with it.

Hope you've all had a wonderful weekend :) I have two guest posts coming up on here this week and one of them is from my husband so I hope you enjoy xx

24 comments:

  1. Love, love film! I just recently bought a slr camera and am quite excited to pick up my first film roll I shot with it.
    Your hair is amazing. x

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  2. you get such cool color from film, love these

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  3. That's the longest I ever would want to grow out my hair too! I'm thinking that once I get it that long, I'm going to go for a pixie cut :) or a very short cut.



    Meanz (Koi Story)

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  4. I love snapping photographs with film cameras. Seeing what little surprises are on the roll of film is my favorite part. Can't wait to see more! xx

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  5. aww that's nice that you are giving your husband a go on blogging on your blog :) ...will you be away? or is it just for fun?

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  6. Your life looks so lovely! Your latest rolls of film are quite amazing/breath-taking! Thanks for posting <3

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  7. Great shots! I'm thinking of getting an lca in the near future :)

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  8. Would give anything for hair that long it's beautiful you should have sold me yours!

    Hope you didn't get much taken off! The pictures are incredible, hopefully one day my vintage photography will be that amazing

    Katy X

    Nanna-kate.blogspot.com

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  9. Lovely pictures! I like that nail polish collection.

    I too went to a bookshop, came home with many amazing and unique books. It was a good day:) And a minor haircut for me, I managed to cut my own bangs;)

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  10. This reminds me I have to develop my film

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  11. Beautiful photos :)))

    LOVE from Germany
    minnja

    http://minnja.blogspot.com/

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  12. lovely photos. ah love spending hours in bookstores. looking forward to your hubby's post

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  13. I always love your posts and every single thing on it. Way to go! :-D

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  14. beautiful pictures! I think i need to invest in an LC-A+ camera now hehehe... i've been using my diana mini for awhile but from looking at your pictures it seems the LC-A+ delivers a lot more depth and clarity in the photos, not to mention the gorgeous old-school coloration! lovely lovely :)

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  15. Pretty, pretty, pretty!!

    I soooooo want an LC-A!!!!!!

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  16. I love how you always use film! And your hair was so so long before you chopped it!


    x
    Lost in the Haze

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  17. How awesome! Good post, love the pictures. I've always loved anything film-related. :)

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  18. Great photos!

    www.darkbluestripes.com

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  19. such a cool post lady!i love these pics and i'v seen the older ones..like them:)
    Would u come and follow my blog if u like it??i'd be very happy..i wait u on mine!
    kiss from Milan!

    Patchwork à Porter

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  20. nice snaps :) i love the scanning process too. so nerdy.

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  21. Thanks for the comment! These photos are gorgeous!

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  22. so great :) i really like that lat one.

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  23. I LOVE your blog! I'm from Australia and I've always wanted to visit NZ: your photographs just increase my need to pop on over! Loving your work, please keep it up!

    -Made

    365daysofmade.blogspot.com

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  24. These are all lovely shots - as usual. :D You don't know how much I love visiting your blog and seeing all the little adventures you go on. <3

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