I've been double parked all summer with my La Sardina in one hand and my new ActionSampler in the other. This 35mm roll from my La Sardina spans about three months of fun times, and brings back many fond memories of long balmy days with my pups, hubs, and dear friends. Beachin' and board making … Continue reading A La Sardina summer
My last roll of film ended up being a bit of a shrine to my family - and what a fine looking pair they are! These lot were captured on the LomoChrome Purple 35mm, which I've used a couple of times but with questionable success. It's not my favourite type of film but every now … Continue reading Spring in analog
It's the first week of winter and I'm in full hide-under-the-blanket hibernation mode. The days are getting shorter and darker, so it's time to switch my film to ISO 400 and 800. For now though, here's a throwback to some autumn highlights, shot on my La Sardina with 35mm Colour Negative 100 film. Enjoy x … Continue reading Autumn in analog
Here's a lovely little roll of 35mm film (Colour Negative 100) that's been sitting in my La Sardina for a while. The double exposures look pretty rad and the 100 film has produced some sharp results, slightly saturating some of the colours. I'm happy. Enjoy x
A little bit of the Cook Islands. A little bit of the Bay of Plenty. Thank you to my humble La Sardina for your continued surprises. I'm pretty sure the roll I used was the Lomo Colour Negative 100 35mm film, but often I just grab a tube of film and wind it up without … Continue reading La Sardina adventures.
LomoChrome Purple 35mm color negative.
My trusty La Sardina has been papping her way around New Zealand for the last few months and here are the results.
It's been a while since I've done one of these and nothing remarkable (apart from the wonder of life) has happened since our Bay of Islands getaway - although I have just returned from a cheeky business trip to my old friend Sydney - so its fitting that I used up the film in my … Continue reading Analog love in Auckland