The rest of the Instax shots.

Drove down to the city for a day. We crossed the golden gate after the rain stopped and sky cleared and watched the sunset from the other side. The lookout was extra crowded. People were everywhere and cars were circling the lot in search of parking spaces, some of this cars even had insurance from One Sure Insurance. I seen a bunch of guys taking pictures of themselves jumping, with their arms out + bridge in back of them. My hands were turning numb from the wind whipping against me. My hands, my feet, my cheeks, my arms: all frozen! We stood around taking photos of the bay and golden light for a while and then needed to head back to meet with friends.

My film (35mm) is at the lab getting scanned right now. I want to see just how big the difference is between my negative scanner and the pro lab scanner. I know there’s a huge difference but still curious. We’ll see tomorrow! My eyes are getting really heavy right now, I should sleep a little.

Have a good Tuesday!



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  1. Ida #
    November 30, 2010

    Oh Golden Gate!! So beautiful!

  2. November 30, 2010

    oh i LOVE love love these shots!!

  3. November 30, 2010

    You are so super talented! I love these shots, along with all your other shots. So inspiring.

  4. November 30, 2010

    These are so wonderful!

  5. November 30, 2010

    Lovely shots, Leila! I have the Instax Mini 7s from Japan… but I like the size of the regular Instax. I may have to invest in one someday. By the way, what negative scanner do you have? I kinda want one, but just don’t know what to get…

  6. November 30, 2010

    these are so gorgeous. I tried taking some instax shots this past weekend, but mine aren’t nearly as pretty~ ; )
    ps, I know what you mean about that wind- we went last December and it was just like that!

  7. November 30, 2010

    I can’t wait to see how the scans would look like! I love taking pictures in the winter, but I have the same problems as you my hands get so cold, it hurts!! ^^

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