Merry Christmas! I love all of the photos on your blog and the fact that most of them are shot by film. I've been thinking if i should just go back to using film to shoot so each photo is much more precious because I would have to think more on how to angle and use the camera versus a digital camera. anyway, love this blog :)
thanks doll. merry christmas to you too. yeah, film's my first love. although it's an expensive endeavor ;)
Love the christmas decor. Can i ask your camera advice? I'm splashing out, officially and i have no idea what film slr to get. Help?I've found three,http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nikon-F100-Body-Only/dp/B00006HAAN/ref=sr_1_49?ie=UTF8&qid=1293296790&sr=8-49&http://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-Camera-incl-28-105mm-4-0-5-6/dp/B0002TTR30/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1293296395&sr=8-11&http://www.amazon.co.uk/Minolta-DYNAX-35mm-Camera-28-80/dp/B00005V4X1/ref=sr_1_35?ie=UTF8&qid=1293296663&sr=8-35??I will be in your debt foreverx
Very nice angel!I hope you had a merry christmas!
hivenn, merry christmas,that's so exciting you're getting a film slr. i have only ever had canons (canon a1, ae-1, EOS rebel G and a pentax k1000 which sadly is long dead :( ) i'd go with the canon. Minolta's were great too, although I'm not familiar with this particular one. the 30v will be easier than the older manual models to use... I myself prefer my a-1 and ae-1 over the newer, fancier bodies. that's just me though.Good luck :)
@A Little Happier: merry christmas as well! didn't mean to overlook your comment ;)
I love the pastel colors on your Christmas tree, very pretty :)
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