Some analogue love #2

Here are some recent shots taken with my Pentax K1000 film camera. I decided to mail my films and have them developed at Downtown Camera, and oh my gosh, you guys! Such a big difference with how they turned out. So so happy, and will be sending all my 35mm films to them from now on.

(All these shots were how they were sent to me...no editing. Used Fujifilm ISO200 films.)
















Comments

Mica T said…
You took some great photos! I like that you have a real mix of subjects, but of course the photos with your kids will always be the best ones :)


Hope you're having a good week :)

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Well captured photos. You always do it in a candid way. Nice!
Adam said…
Must be difficult to even find a place to develop film now.
LL Cool Joe said…
They look great, they have a lovely grainy muted feel about them. Very different from digital photography.
Great job Emmy! You nailed your exposures :) There's a certain feel to film that just can't be replicated even by the best digital emulators.
PerlaGiselle said…
Wow! These images look amazing! It makes me want to get an analogue camera too! Lol. Have a lovely day!

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Shannon Boyce said…
Your pictures are incredible!! The first one is my favourite because it is so whimsical and beautiful all at the same time. <3
Beauty said…
These are very beautiful pictures and very fun family memories. Editing can be a big hassle sometimes. Enjoy...
Eleine Pereira said…
Gorgeous pics!

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PerlaGiselle said…
By the way, how often do you take analogue pictures? I am curious if it's a hassle getting them developed. Have a lovely day :D
Glamour ZONE said…
Great pictures dear. Your girl is so beautiful. Kisses!
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Una said…
Good idea! And cool photos! Did it take you a lot of time to take all of them and get them developed?

I used to take "analog" photos for ages, when I was a kid and teenager. But since there are digital cameras I don't do it.