About a year ago I found this vintage polaroid land camera on a thrifting trip. I had been wanting one for a while, but wasn't ready to spend a couple hundred bucks on a restored one. I luckily found this baby in great condition for 20 dollars! All I had to do was replace the battery and now it works great! I even found this flash for it a few months ago.
Fujifilm still makes film to fit it and I wanted to share the photos I have taken in this past year. There aren't a whole lot, due to some tragic film jams I ended up losing quite a bit of film. :(
This is the first photo I took with it (that came out!) I forgot to focus, however..
We spent a weekend in the mountains last spring and I snapped this view from our motel.
We took a trip to a dairy farm last summer and I brought my regular camera, but forgot my battery at home! I was so mad, but I luckily I brought my land camera with me! I think a land camera photo is worth about 100 digital photos.
From our beach trip. I forgot to focus again.. But I kind of like the dreamy out of focus look.
My Mom's haunted house.
Christmas day. This is where I realized the camera shouldn't be used indoors unless you have a flash. Surprisingly this was a bright and sunny morning!
This was taken with my new flash bulbs!
And this is my latest photo which I am very excited about. I tried to take a picture of the house, but didn't hear the click of the shutter so I thought it didn't work. I took it inside to look at it and then I took a test shot of the backyard, (because a neighbor had come outside in the front of the house, and I didn't want them to see me of course!) And it turned out the shutter had worked the first time and I ended up with this amazing double exposure!
I definitely want to take a whole bunch more land photos this year, I just love the way they look!