2003-10-22 07:11 am (UTC)
:) That was great... love the quality film you were using! ;)
Classic, isn't it! :o)
It was either a 110 or 126 instamatic camera.
Very cheap... as you can see!!
2003-10-22 07:23 am (UTC)
I used to LOVE my 110 camera! I still have it in my old toy chest - we let my little cousins play with it when they come over. Then again, I let them play with my nice digital camera, too, because they are always amazed by the magic of seeing themselves instantly "IN the camera".
Actually, when I was cleaning the other day, I found my old disc camera - I wonder if that sort of film is even still available?
Blimey, Kodak Disk! 20 pictures on a square cartridge-type thing.
I'm sure they're still available somewhere... but probably old stocks. I doubt they're still manufacturing them.
2003-10-22 07:50 am (UTC)
Yes, exactly! The prints were square, too, as I recall. :)
Great link, too. Thanks. :)
I did a few projects like this when I was in school as well!
Although I have no idea where they could be hiding now.
I can't even find my film projects from College, and that was only a few years ago!
I've moved house about 15 times since I left school, so for these photos to still be in my possession now is a complete miracle!!
2003-10-22 10:26 am (UTC)
I just don't remember making that *at* *all*!
I think it was a disc camera, because that's what I had at the time.. I have a yellowing photo of you from our last day at school somewhere at home :)
I may have to get my revenge!
LOL, classic! :o)
If you could get that photo scanned in, I'd love to see it!!
I just wish I had a camera on the day your hair was set on fire!!!!
You had hair back then :oÞ LOL
What ever happened to that innocent schoolkid???