Over here everything's smooth. I've finished with my uni obligations, and mostly spend time doing nothing but hobbies: Japanese and US TV, books, music, and hanging out with theTensai
at home or outside.
Got my first Holga film back a couple weeks ago, and unfortunately only four shots were actually "artsy".
The rest of the film can be found on my Lomohome gallery
I quite like squares - I really would like to get a Diana Mini soon so I can shoot squares on 35mm film. I'll try to save up in the summer to get the Diana Deluxe Kit with all the lenses and stuff
But till then the Mini will do. Have you seen that thing? It's adorable.
Anyway. It occurred to me how squares make everything look a lot more interesting, a lot more focused. If you take the same picture on 35mm it won't be the same.
The same principle applies to black&white vs colour. I'm shooting my first black&white film on my Supersampler currently, which will be interesting to see. I've only shot colour film on both my multilens lomos, so it'll definitely be something to look out for.
A bit of a pointless rambly journal, really, just to say hi and to ponder. Hope y'all are well