Pictures of your mama, taken by your papa, a long time ago.

Back at Christmas I asked Alan for an old film camera, but like, a nice one, that I could actually use, one that was a little higher caliber than the Diana and my little rinky-dink underwater camera. He actually went a little above and beyond and got me a Film SLR.CRW_9308I was nervous to use it for a long time, because previous sort-of examples notwithstanding, I’d never used an actual camera like this. Turns out, it’s nearly identical to using a DSLR, which I have proven to be a little handy with. Finally threw some film in this baby last month and took snaps here and there which I’d like to share.

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.


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