Our FujiFilm Instax 210 was has been such a great gift to ourselves! We bought it brand new for eight dollars from a store that was going out of business. I have had so much fun with this camera. Here are two shots from this past beautiful weekend.
Chair Series#1 and #2
It seems like all I do is photograph Horsetooth.
Adam Biddle came to visit.
I created a blog dedicated to my writing.
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Scenes from a friend’s stand at the Farmer’s Market last Saturday. Excited to be able to go and help harvest for a bit tomorrow.
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum
Michigan State University
Chad and I had bought twenty expired disposable cameras from Goodwill for our wedding, and we wanted to test one of the cameras to determine if they still worked. We took one with us on a day trip to East Lansing. I’m so happy that the camera still worked. This was such a great day, full of visiting friends, record and book shopping and briefly exploring the museum.
Chad recording Luke in his studio.
I thought I lost this card of photos.
Here is another shot of Luke recording back in August.
While the quality is nothing compared to the images I captured with my 50, I loved the intimate setting and am glad that I was able to at least document it.
Good glass is worth it, so if you can… make the investment. Quality lenses make all of the difference, and I am kicking myself for not having a better wide.
Stargazing at the Michigan State Capitol Building