Thursday, June 21, 2012

on diana in italy.

you know a good way to keep the memories of a vacation alive? a camera that gets it's film developed. here are some of my favorite pictures that we got developed from our diana camera. enjoy!
 
 

17 comments:

  1. Film photos are very rare these days! These came out great. So dreamy.

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    1. that's how I always describe them too - dreamy indeed.

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  2. I find that with a digital camera, I rarely get my photos developed anymore so I really miss film cameras! As usual, your photos have made me want to travel again!

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  3. NICE! And I agree with Megan... I never get my pics developed anymore either! I think I'm going to go and order some now. My picture frames are way out of date!

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  4. I'm a big fan of those photos of the ocean and your pictures have that dreamy quality

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    1. thanks! with the heat today I am missing that ocean.

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  5. fun! Love the photos. Getting film developed used to be the highlight of my life.

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  6. it's so interesting to see the quality that real film provides... love these! and I love that you have a film camera!

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  7. A friend and I were just talking about taking pictures in high school and college (we're old). It was so exciting to wonder if the shots turned out and pulling them out of the envelope. I haven't printed a picture in years!

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  8. My favorites are the ones with the colorful buildings lining the water. I want to go to Italy! And I love that you take film pictures when you travel - there's just something about printing out pictures.

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  9. Looks amazing!

    *Sheinside giveaway on my blog!*

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  10. I love film and lo-fi photography. I'm planning on taking my 35mm and a few rolls with me to San Diego.

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  11. This is such a cool idea! I wish I had some film from Jamaica (or even Chicago) to develop! Checking out this camera now!

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  12. Oh wow, these are gorgeous! I am considering getting a Diana, would you recommend them?

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    1. definitely - we love ours. it's easy to take pictures with and it's so fun to develop film and see how it turns out.

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  13. omg. so breathtaking. Adore this post, love. I hope you had a fabulous weekend. If you get a sec, I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest. xo

    www.fashboulevard.blogspot.com

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  14. These are so lovely. I wanna go THERE. Blogger-meet-up-in-Italy? ;)

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