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Film Foto Friday {B&W}

I love this set of photos for the same reason I love using analog over digital -crazy things can happen to film that you can't control! And often, the effects are pretty dang cool.
Note: these photos were taken in 2010, not 1910.
I took plenty of photos on my film camera (love that camera!) this week, but didn't have time to finish and get the film developed. Hence, these are photos from a homework assignment in my photo class two years ago to fill your Friday film needs



Do you have a fav?

Do you love taking photos on film, too? (SLR, Polaroid, disposable...)
I would love to have you guest post with some of your pics!
email me at picsoandrea@gmail.com


10 comments

  1. Love the third one. I took a 35mm b&w course where we processed our own film a couple of years ago in college and loved it. There is nothing like a beautifully exposed black and white shot.

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  2. AHH!! These are all so awesome!!<3

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  3. i'd love to start taking pictures with film again, especially Polaroids! but i don't have any film cameras. i've been thinking about poking around ebay for one, though. :)

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  4. Those bicycle pictures are incredible! I especially like the first one. It would be impressive in a normal shot, let alone with this analog setting.

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  5. Thanks for linking up! So nice to meet you and your blog ;)

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  6. I love all of these! I wish I had a chicken to play with.

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  7. Those bike ones are crazazy!! So leeegit.

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  8. These are some really cool pictures! I really like black and white.

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  9. Love film. The bike ride one is great! I made a pin-hole camera and I really like how eery some of the photos came out. We should make a pin hole camera sometime.

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  10. I love your photos! I posted a little tribute to you on my blog. I'm calling it "Kudos" - http://www.dontknowhowtorelax.com/2012/01/kudos.html?spref=tw

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