The development and scanning begins
Friday, October 30, 2009, 07:58 PM - Travel, Photography, Lomography
I am home. And judging from my mail waiting for me, I have been in Australia a year. Went fast! I have started to scan the negatives from the photos I took while I was away. So far, I only have the black and white films. See the rest of the images either on Lomography or Flickr
up up and away!
Wednesday, September 16, 2009, 11:36 PM - General, Relationships, Photography, Lomography
Planes, trains, cars, boats... going for all types of transport on this trip. Will try to update my blog with what is going on. My store is disabled and I have not a care in the world except getting myself to the airport at this point. Off to Paris and straight to Greece.
New Diana F+ Photos
Wednesday, August 19, 2009, 01:53 PM - General, Relationships, Art/Design, Illustration, Photography, Lomography, Moleskine, Moleskine Exchanges
Today, despite all my huff and puff about doing lots of drawing, I didn't do any. I did do my usual thing, I am not really a put it on paper doodling type of person, I like to stew ideas in my head, which I did for the Illustrators Australia 20th Anniversary Exhibition piece, and the two Moleskines sitting on my desk (that aren't mine).
Always takes me a couple of days to get back into it after being away (unless it was just a day or so away) from my desk. Today it was scanning photos distraction. I had three films developed over night (and have sent two other black and white 120s to Blanco Negro.
Then it was 5pm and I went to a discussion group type thing for Michigirl, super nice people.
I guess I did do a fair amount today.
My Flickr Page
New Diana Shots, Anzac Day
Thursday, April 30, 2009, 11:10 AM - General, Relationships, Photography, Lomography
I was in Melbourne for Anzac Day. My parents live right near where the parade passed, so I could see it from their building, so I decided, for once in my life to go and see what it was like to be near a parade. It wasn't at all like I expected it to be. Sure it was a reminder of the people that we lost in all the wars we have participated in. But at the same time, there was this great feeling of thanks and warmth and happiness that I wasn't expecting. It was very touching to experience. I now wish I had been to the dawn service in the Somme when I was in France. Supposedly two years ago it was very moving with the Light Horsemen. Another time.
Have a look at my other shots: there are more, but I haven't finished the film. My Flickr Page.
colette/Lomography Exhibition, Paris
Friday, March 6, 2009, 11:45 AM - General, Relationships, Art/Design, Photography, Lomography
I can thank my friend Aurélia for going into colette and taking the photo for me... that means there is another Diana F+ in the world with my name in it.