Lola is only three and so this isn’t real school yet – but it is a change from 3 mornings a week with her mum to five days a week on her own.
Gorgeous grand daughter
Stumbled upon your blog post via live search the other day and absolutely adore it. Continue the good work.
Thanks Adam – glad it is getting seen as I never quite know how to get it advertised
Wow,so niceeee!! Thanks for sharing!
Which camera and film did you use for these last few? I’m thinking of investing in a good film camera which can capture my favourite moments and make them look as vivid as my eye sees them to be. I really like the look of the last three so that would be great if you could pass on that info for me 🙂 – also, great blog, just what I was looking for as an example for my one I’m attempting at. Already thanks for your answer and the great inspiration to learn more about film photography!
The film and camera are at the bottom of the post and so the film is a cheap expired bottom of the range 200 film from Kodak and the camera is an old Leica mini (which was their attempt at a point and shoot).
I wouldn’t recommend either camera or film – you can see how granular the images are on the 200 and also how flat the colour is – even with a full wall of windows behind me.
I think there are great films out there and better cameras – depending on how much weight you want to carry around.
Thank you so much, I’ll keep searching. Any all time favourites you would recommend? thank you again 🙂
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