Adelaide's First Roll of Film

Adelaide got a toy film camera for her birthday and she was so eager to use it. Since it was a toy camera that had no flash and required no batteries, we had to wait for a sunny day. A few days later was gorgeous! It was +14C in early December. So we went to the park and then took a walk down the path. I snapped some photos of Adelaide with my Pentax K-1000 as she snapped photos with her pink plastic Barbie camera. Scroll down to see Adelaide's collection. 

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***The pictures you are about to view were taken by my 7 year old daughter Adelaide Von Bargen.***

You must view these images with a more artistic eye. This camera is completely manual meaning she has to wind the film between snapping pictures which resulted in some magnificent double exposures. With a plastic toy camera also comes beautiful light leakage creating perfect flaws in the images. I am completely in love with these pictures. And I have just stocked up on so much film, so there will be much more to come! 

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Happy Easter!

Our Easter traditions include dying eggs and watching the Easter Beagle. This year we did both at the same time. As our eggs sat in the dye, we laughed along to one of our favourite films. And of course we watched it on VHS!

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