Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.
- John Wooden
I went and got the film's developed yesterday in boots - and ended up paying £18 for a few nice photos, but a majority of unflattering, finger-in-the-way, unfocused photos.
Next time I am going to go Old St and get the photos developed directly onto a disk and pay a lot less, so I don't feel cheated.
Although, the magic feeling of picking up the photos was unique and enjoyable. So maybe when I am a bit richer I will pay the full price for photos to be developed. Or I'll just have my own dark room.
|One of the last photos taken on the Kodak underwater camera. At the end of Ramsden Rd, London SW12|
|With the waterproof camera again. My feet in the garden.|
|Aaron and Jon after they went through old art they did together - the camera seems to be focused on the curtains/back wall. Taken with normal film camera. Jen & Jons new home.|
|Buster and Aaron in the health food shop - taken with waterproof (seems to be the best!!)|
|Posing in Elephant and Castle|
|Aaron looking sulky at home|
|Aaron with Passion (his bike). I opened the camera at this point...so there is sun bleaching, but I like it.|
|Angel in the garden (I like the shadow).|
|It was windy so the roses got blurred, but I really like the sun bleaching at the tip of the photo.|
|Battersea Power Station, from the back of Netherford Rd. (this is before we dropped the camera...maybe it did work better before?).|
|My favorite photo from the 'normal' camera. Jen & Jons garden.|
|An example of my finger...damn you finger. It only seems to happen with film cameras...lol. This is in the Galapagos Islands swimming with the sea lions.|
Over and out...got loads of stuff to do today. Guess what...Ima going to finish my essays.