My instant photo 365 is a challenge. There are days when I take an image, realize it isn’t going to work, and have to stop for the day because the conditions won’t change and I don’t want to waste the film. Some of these kind of crummy shots will still get used somewhere else, in a layer for another image, or just as a book mark. I’ll post a few of the crummy ones because right now it is showing that I am learning how to use some new films, and a new camera, but after awhile, I won’t post them, just a little note about that day.Here we go! Instant photo #7
Our living room window is one of my favorite parts of this little place we live in.Instant photo #8
This one didn’t come out at all because it was too late at night and too dark. The blue and green and the texture are cool though, and they will look great as a layer in one of my compilation images.
Instant photo #9
I’m learning the limits of the new TIP 680 film and low light…Instant photo #10
My tulips are starting to pop up! Also, I like using the old Chocolate film in my Land Camera.Instant photo #11
Who doesn’t love the spoon and cherry at The Walker? :)Instant photo #12
This one was really dark and murky. I was testing the low light capabilities of my Land Camera and discovering that it really depends on the film that is in it. I don’t feel like posting it, but it does exist. Instant photo #13
The Vandercook I was printing on most of the day.Instant photo #14
Getting ready for springInstant photo #15
My moons that hang by our door to our deck.
Instant photo #16
I met John for dinner before he had to go to an afterwork meeting. The wait staff really liked my camera ;)Instant photo #17
That feeling of laying on the floor, listening to music, and staring up at the ceiling.Instant photo #18
It snowed last night. The only good thing about it was that the trees were very pretty this morning. It seems like all the snow is gone now.Until next time,