March 18, 2011

Slides from Summertime

In addition to the county fair images from my last post, I shot another roll of slide film in a Diana F+ this past summer. Some photos were taken at a nearby swimming hole while others were taken at a backyard birthday party/barbeque.
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"kingdom"
Water Spirit
a water spirit!
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(exposure and brightness edited in Photoshop)
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A fire pit at night. 
(You can see more lomo slide images from this past summer here.) Happy Weekend!
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10 comments:

  1. woah those photos were amazing. oh my god. holga photography detected?! I am so ready for winter to end ( remember now I live in like the north pole)

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  2. nope, it's a Diana F+, similar though

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  3. Wonderful photos. I love the water spirit one.
    i have photoshop, but have no idea ho it works, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
    Have a grand weekend my dear melina.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  4. Lovely shots!

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  5. oh i love "a water spirit". verrrry pretty. thanks for sharing!!!

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  6. there are a great many tutorials, but I would recommend getting a
    beginner's book or class. Although brilliant, I would not describe
    photoshop as intuitive. It's good to be taught the basics and also
    what those actions mean. It's a wonderful program for those who know
    how to use it right.

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  7. thesixsixsickgirlsMarch 23, 2011 at 1:39 AM

    I've been thinking of getting a Diana for a while now, but don't know if I will actually use it. I really love looking at these photos though, perhaps they'll inspire me to give it a try after all!
    xx
    Tiffany

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  8. Cool pics! Very artistic and colorful! Following your blog now!

    http://thehautehoosier.blogspot.com/

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  9.  Follow the manual: It is important to follow the instructions in the manual that comes with your fire pit. This will provide you with some safety precautions that may be specific to your particular model, as well as instructions on how to light it.
     

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looking forward to hearing from you!