Today I finally got my first roll of the Mauritius honeymoon series developed!
I love my Golden Half and after looking through these photos I love it even more! It’s a great camera for traveling: the it’s small, plastic, and very light. It also takes twice more photos per roll of film like the Diana Mini. How fantastic is that?
Oh, I miss Mauritius, its white sand and palms and my walks with my husband…looking at these pictures help me keep those memories alive.
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Use Two 110 Films on a 35mm Camera for Crazy Awesome Shots So there are a lot of tipsters and hacks on the web for using 35mm film on different format cameras, so I went and tried using 110 on a 35mm camera, and this is pretty much what I got on my first try. It’s a bit of a process, but it’s also lots of fun, then again, what in Lomography isn't?
The Meopta Stereo 35 aka The View-Master Camera In my junior year of college, I had a crazy idea for a project for my directed study class. I wanted to create my own view-master reels, and to my surprise a view-master camera not only existed, but was available for purchase. Everything about this camera was a difficult trial and error challenge, but the end results are a one of a kind gem.
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