Did I really just get back 100% of the photos I took on my Diana F+? I’m so used to receiving a bit more than half (of the measly sixteen) images from my Diana, getting back the same amount of pictures back feels surreal. Thank you, slide film! These are the moments that make everything worth it.
Today I attended my very first workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore! At first, there were only adults at the workshop, and I felt so alone with nobody to talk to. But eventually, a tall, lanky girl with a fishtail braid walked in, and guess what? I made myself a new Lomo-loving friend, Misha. We took a Lomowalk around Ann Siang hill with our Dianas armed with fresh rolls of 120mm slide films. I’ve sent it in to get it developed already, and I can’t wait to get all my pictures back!
When my dad came to pick me up, well, I’ve been wanting a LC-A+ for the longest time…
Everybody, I’d like you to meet Vera!
He finally agreed to buy me the camera of my dreams. And not only was it just the LC-A+, it was the LC-A+ Silver Lake! Soon I’ll be shooting with 35mm film. How exciting ehe he he.
Meet my dad’s very first camera - the Canon AE-1! Besides the fact that it’s a little moldy and my Macbook’s webcam does it’s shiny chrome no justice, it’s in a really good condition for a thirty-one year old camera. My dad said that we could send it off to get it repaired, but it would be kinda co$$$tly. At the moment, I’m content with playing around with its viewfinder by putting it against my webcam for very interesting results (refer to picture #2 and my bucktooth bokeh). Hopefully one day I’ll be able to load it with some 35mm film and experiment! *crosses fingers*