Here they are. The first photos from my plastic 'toy' camera. Analoge 35mm Reusable Film Camera from AgfaPhoto.
This has got to be the easiest camera I have ever worked. Basically: you put the film in, find a subject, point the camera at it using the viewfinder, hold the camera very still, click the shutter, wind the film on.
It's so light, you barely know you're holding it. The whole experience is just plain fun.
But then...don't take the results too seriously either. Some pictures might not work out, but most are pretty cool.
**These photos were taken in Russell, Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
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My little logo says "Shooting film is not a negative experience".
I thought it fun to set my profile avatar as a negative, seeing that's what we film shooters work with all the time.
And then, rather than calling this a Blog, I thought "NEWS" will be a more fitting title because each post here will be my news, as I dabble through my lovely film experiences.
It arrived yesterday.
This is how they promote it - the Analoge 35mm Reusable Film Camera from AgfaPhoto is an easy-to-use film camera for general use. The camera has a fixed-focus wide-angle lens, perfect for capturing most well-focused daylight scenes, and the camera also features a built-in flash for night time shooting. Compatible with 35mm color negative or black and white film, the Analog 35mm Reusable Film Camera allows you to capture quick snapshots or moody monochrome scenes.
It's basic, pocket size, cute, very light, very analogue.
Easy, easy, easy.
Oh, and it's cheap.
I bought it for fun, so I would have a little lightweight film camera in my pocket when I go for walks.
I have a roll of Rollei Superpan 200 in it and have taken 6 photos so far.
Will show the photos when I have them.
I'm Julie Vause and I am passionate about my photography. Film and Digital.
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