February + March 35mm

Film photos I took recently. My baby Olympus Superzoom has been freaking out a bit lately so a lot of the photos came out blurry, but I kind of like it. 
















I use Fujifilm ISO400 35mm film with an Olympus Superzoom 105R point and shoot camera. Do you guys shoot with film? Would love to see some of your photos.

x
Zoe

19 comments:

  1. Awesome photos! I'm pretty noob with cameras but I love the look of film ❤
    munchies&musings

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  2. Unintentionally artistic pics! How serendipitous

    Www.whimsicalzoo.blogspot.com

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  3. http://www.ng-uyen.blogspot.com/?m=1
    Its the magic of films we re talking about!! Great shots!
    Im very glad that beside fashion love, I have another common with you. I shot films T
    too! Feel free to take a look.
    http://www.ng-uyen.blogspot.com

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  5. Lovely film photos!
    Despite film being more inconvenient when it comes to developing, the results are often much more profound and lovely due to their 80s touch and their fuzziness, don`t you think? :)

    Most of the posts on my blog are based on film photos:
    http://haphazardlyous.blogspot.com

    Have a nice day!

    William

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  6. Love how all the photos turn out, so artsy and so chic yet still keeping it casual. Awesome!

    xx
    Xin

    http://xincerely.blogspot.com

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  7. Wonderful shots!
    I have my Yashica Electro, still need to develop the film :)

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  8. I would love to but i have no idea where to start! Well, I know getting a camera is the first step haha
    Great photos though, love a bit of blur!

    Lazy Obsession


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  9. The shots from the beach are my favorite :)

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  10. Great pictures
    Xoxo
    http://fashionbackyard.blogspot.fr

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  11. Times like this I wish I had a film camera! I love how they add such an artistic/retro feel to every photo. These are gorgeous, the blurriness definitely adds to the antique effect. Can't wait to see more of these kinds of posts, feels like I could just sit down, listen to some calming music and drink some hot chocolate while I scroll.

    With love ♥︎ » Paris by Friday

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  12. I shoot with film! Here:
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kttsa/946817628686570?fref=ts
    you can check out the photos if you want! I love yours, even the blurry ones are beautiful ^_^

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  13. I love these! The photo with the cactus is so so good. I weirdly have shot like three roles of film over like five years and haven't gotten them developed. I need to do that soon, for sure.

    xx
    scarlettandgiselle.blogspot.com

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  14. Ahh u r so perf ♡ love the first pic

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  15. Lovely photos. :B

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  16. the shot of you on the ladder is incredible, love a good film photo!

    xx danielle // shades of danielle

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  17. you are so artistic! check out our website at www.audreyakman.com for unique jewelleries <3

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  18. I love shooting film and have Olympus Zoom 105 as well :D
    Check out my photoblog here http://things-to-shoot.blogspot.com/

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