A wee painting I did for Gran, of her dog Sophie. A bit of a laugh really but she loves it :)
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Even though it's not technically the end of the year yet it really feels like it! I have finally finished uni forever and ever with marks I am happy with, Andy and I are heading north this afternoon to start our summer holiday and christmas is just around the corner :) So so happy.
Posted by Libs at 2:23 PM
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Friday, December 14, 2012
Last night Andy and I had an exciting surprise visit from our friend Dave! We showed him around Welly, went up to the botanical gardens, took him to our fave gelato cafe Tommy Millions, went up Mount Vic, visited the telecom christmas tree, and had a wee chat with Santa! Such a great night, I finally feel like christmas is coming!
Posted by Libs at 10:50 AM
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Looking back on 2012 there are a few stand out days that I would say are my favourite days.
At the peak of Autumn we stayed with the bfs family, we had sunshine, warmth, and crunchy leaves. We had glider planes, leaf tornados and a vintage scooter. We had cicadas, we had colour, and we had time.
Posted by Libs at 9:40 AM
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I thought I would do a wee review of the lomography X Pro Chrome film!
Of all the different films I have used over the last year, this was definitely the one I was most excited about, and it didn't disappoint!
Film Type: lomography X Pro Chrome 35mm
Camera used: Pentax M E Super
Colours: Rich, dense, high saturation, high contrast
Detail: I was initially concerned that because of the high colour saturation I would lose important detail in my shots, but I found that that wasn't the case and my photos have retained their detail, yay!
Awesome for: Shots where colour is the main feature, minimalist shots, action, landscape, fun shots... pretty much everything!
Not as awesome for: The only (very minor) issue I have with this film is that it's not ideal for portraits as skin colour (or blonde hair) tends to be tinted very yellow or orange, but that is very dependent on the lighting- and I suppose your skin colour!
I would be super interested to know how this film would go with double exposures or whether it would just be chaos! I would also love to know your experience with this film :)
Posted by Libs at 4:17 PM