August 1, 2010

the first day of august


29 comments :

  1. that's such a great ripple in the second image :)

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  2. Så hemskt, hemskt vackert! Åh.

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  3. får man fråga vilken film som använts?

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  4. I love the first one. Its very relaxing, contemplative mood.

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  5. Ahh you work with instax so, so well!

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  6. I love the second picture :)

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  7. I absolutely love these.

    Kate x

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  8. These photos are gorgeous, as are all the photos that you have posted.

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  9. great pictures again. love these rings around your feet in the water.
    ha, so amazing!

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  10. I guess you don't love sunbathing, do you? :))

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  11. Fantastiskt fina. Särskilt den andra.

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  12. tusen tack för alla kommentarer!
    thanks everyone!

    carl oliver: fuji instax wide tror jag att filmen heter i all sin enkelhet, fast jag är inte säker. är alldeles för trött just nu, haha :)

    dana: haha, no, I really don't. I keep away from the sun most of the time :)

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  13. I love your work. very inspiring

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  14. this is beautiful. i love the first one.

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  15. du tar så himla fina bilder :)

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  16. austin & chelsea: thank you both!

    tacktacktack, mimi, frida & anonym :)

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  17. Your works are simply breathtaking. They're just so gorgeous that I just want to reach out and hold it on.

    And when i can't, I feel like crying.


    I've just added you to my list of photographers that inspire me. <3

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  18. in your outdoors photos ... do you usually use normal mode?
    i am new with the instax and with a dollar per photo.. im a bit hesitate to experiment.
    do you have any suggestions?

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  19. anonymous: I haven't used the instax in a while, but I think I prefer to use the dark mode outdoors, it gives more depth. some situations probably works better with the normal mode, though (if the light is a little too low for instance). a dollar per photo is pretty cheap if you ask me, at least compared to other polaroid film :)

    not sure if I have any other suggestions than that you should experiment to get to know the camera - experimenting always works best. when I got my instax I used the first film pack just to try it out, and I probably wasted more than half of it.

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