i got my film from my disposable camera developed and i thought i would share the results and some tips i’ve learnt with you! these were taken over the course of four months, i took the camera to hawaii so there are some cute beach pics and captured lots of different snippets around auckland. i got my camera for $40 and it took 40 photos, it was a kodak one and to get all the photos developed it cost $25, so obviously compared to digital photos it’s pricey but there is something magic about film and having hard copies of all your images is quite nice.
next time i’m going to use the flash all the time as some photos, even if they were taken in a sunny location, came out really dark. natural lighting looks best so the pictures of the beach look dreamy. the quality of the disposable film is quite low and slightly grainy, personally, i think its cute. and i had to scan all of these so the quality was reduced again, but i hope you enjoy, i love these very much!
slightly blurry, maybe i was in a hurry, but this was taken outside the pink hotel in hawaii which was very surreal to visit.
the golden hour view from our apartment in waikiki, we stayed at the ilikai and it was stunning.
i’m in freaking love with this one, this was a little set up i did for photography for art and it looks pretty darn cute on film.
the famous waikiki beach, my surf spot for the holidays was to the left a bit then directly out to the break. a magical moment i miss.
my brother on the bus. the flash would of made this one brighter but it looks quite nice all dark and moody.
this was my last day in hawaii and we were at the airport waiting to board, sad time, but i love the greys in this.
pretty flowers from my fav local spot, always photo-worthy always blooming gorgeous.
the view from our room in maui, this place was a literal dream to stay in, blew my mind.
cute little pt chev beach on a winters day, i walked down here with my birkenstocks on to read my book under a tree, it was a really nice afternoon.
this one is very dark but i think it’s the international food market in honolulu which was awesome and i had amazing falafels.
pt chev beach again, love that winter sun, shame the water ain’t warm.
waimea bay on the north shore of oahu, gorgeous beach and the church overlooking it makes it kinda special.
lol my fingers in this one, which is a shame because the tones are really nice, taken at pt chev beach.
me (or my silhouette) at bestie cafe which is one of my fav places, i love how the light shines through those big windows and the all-round atmosphere.
the sun in my cute lil room, sorry i’m kinda obsessed with light and sun. i love the grain in this.
freaking turtles, this was an amazing thing to witness and seeing them swim right next to you in unreal. i love the way the world is, all this beautiful creation.
this is somewhere in hawaii, not sure exactly but its magic. that blue, goodness gracious it’s gorgeous.
cute lights and posters in a market alleyway
thanks for looking and reading, it means the world to know that people like what i create. keep doing you, lots a love from me xx frankie!