One of the things I miss about living in Boston is being so close to Maine. We used to go up and visit Zander’s grandmother all the time! I just came across these photos that I took with my Golden Half camera of their fish house and the launching of the float one year, I think from 2011.
If you haven’t made a card for your dad yet, you still have time! I decided to make this card from one of my Golden Half prints. A photo of you and your dad together would be really great for this project!
I’d love to see a photo if you make a card for your dad. My dad does not use a computer, so I don’t have to worry about him seeing this early!
I posted two images last week and wanted to share some of my other favorite prints from my Golden Half camera! As you can tell, some are from New Orleans and some from Boston. I’m not sure why a few of them are split in threes, but I think those are my favorite! Which is your favorite?
A few weeks ago, Z and I took a little weekend road trip to Martha’s Vineyard to visit with some friends. It was still too chilly to head to the beach, so we decided to visit the Fulling Mill Brook Preserve. We took a short hike down the path and stopped at a few streams and waterfalls along the way to snap some shots. The first two photos I took with my Golden Half camera. The others are from Eric Soikkeli, who came on the hike with us!
I ♥ my Golden Half Camera. Just look at how cute it is! I am using the camera for the first time and will post some images as soon as I get them developed… yes… it is actually a film camera!
So the cool thing about this camera, besides how it looks, is that it allows for two shots on one frame. You get a cool diptych photograph with the two frames divided by a black line. This 35mm half-frame camera allows a standard 3″ x 5″ photo to be split into half (3″ x 2.5″ frames), letting you snap double the amount of photos. Anyone else have a Golden Half Camera with images to share? Subscribe to the Ciera Design RSS feed or follow me on twitter so you don’t miss out when I post the photos!