Wednesday, 29 August 2012


So what would I have done with that polaroid from yesterday's post if it hadn't turned into something I liked? This..

I read an article about what to do with polariods that get overexposed, ruined or whatever and this is what it suggested. Using a bowl of water, dripping nail polish onto the surface of the water and then dipping the polariod in the bowl. Fun. Cool. Will do again.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Here's a story

A few weekends back I took a photo of friends with a polaroid camera and accidentally held the shutter button too long. Two polariods came out, the one I intended to take and this one. At first I was disappointed that I had wasted a polariod but when the image fully developed I was pretty stoked with the result...

Rad fairy light action.

Thursday, 23 August 2012


Some of the very first analouge photos I took when I started playing around with plastic cameras. Just so happens that they are also from a Walking Who gig, one of my favourites I'd have to say. Miss these days, but I especially miss that hot blonde in the floral dress. Diana Mini & Lomography 800.

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Pretty in blue

Two pretty little things as seen through a Holga 135, Lucky 200 speed film and a blue colour-gel filter.

Monday, 20 August 2012

Candy flu

The Walking Who headlining at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney caught on film. Holga 135 and Lucky 200 speed film. Probably won't use this film for a gig again but got a few cool doubles and others to share later in the week. Just in case you didn't the first time around - listen to them here!

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Dog / Bee / Me

Well, not me, but the guy that came up with the title of this post is that handsome dude getting painted in that third photo. All three photos taken with a Holga 135 on Kodak 400 film (I'm branching out these days, so soon you'll being seeing photos taken with different cameras with different films, I promise).

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Hidden treasure

There is always treasure to be found when trolling through a garage sale, especially when you know the girls putting it on have an incredible sense of style. I had more photos I wanted to put up with this post but for some unknown reason my computer sucks tonight, so those treasures will have to stay hidden for now. Holga 135 and Kodak 400 film.

Monday, 13 August 2012

Doubles with Diana

I don't always have heaps of time to take as many photos as I'd like, so sometimes I need to make due with what I see on my walk to work. These are some doubles I came up with on that walk one morning. Diana Mini and Lomography 800 film. Again, I like the black strips, if you don't just try to ignore them.

Thursday, 9 August 2012

Fun with Diana

Diana Mini and Lomography 800 film. The size of this camera makes it so easy to take everywhere, it barely weighs anything or takes up any space. Which means you're able to capture the utterly random and awesome things we all come across day to day. Please excuse the third photo for being so out of focus, but I just loved how this cafe repaired a hole in their wall.

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Something else disposable

More from one of those disposable cameras - see my 'Disposable love' post for the details. So fun and easy to use and the end results have that vintage feel I am always looking for. Win win.

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Support graffiti

It's all about supporting creative expression. This street art outside the Wicked van hire place in Christchurch was awesome. These two taken with a Pentax Spotmatic and Kodak 400 film.

Monday, 6 August 2012

Two is better than one

More doubles. This time with my Diana Mini and Lomography 800 film. I could have cropped the black strips on the side out, but I actually kinda like them.

Friday, 3 August 2012

New Zealand leftovers

So since I only did three posts last week, I am doing an extra one this week! I've had more photos from New Zealand developed and I wanted to share a few. Holga 135 and Kodak 400 film.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

A walk through a moss covered forest

Pentax Spotmatic and what would have been either Lomography 800 or Kodak 400 film - can't remeber. But I do remember this walk - it was in New Zealand and everything was very very green!

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Disposable love

A friend of mine discovered some disposable cameras that I absolutely love. I carry one around with me everywhere. If you live in Australia, go to Big W and pick up SnapShots Party Pack, 6 cameras (ISO 400, with flash, 24 exp) for $35 - not bad at all!