Friday, October 30, 2009

messing about..



Today was such a long day at work. We got in some long awaited product that needed to be packaged and stocked. We had extra help from another department, plus my normal crew. A few of us stayed til almost 8pm tonight, and I need to go back and finish it tomorrow morning. Glad to get it all done finally. I got them McDonald's for dinner for staying so late, too. Gotta love the dollar menu! :)

A couple of weeks ago I picked up an old Kodak Duaflex IV camera on Ebay to use for "Through the Viewfinder" Photography (AKA TtV). If you're not familiar with TtV, basically it's taking a photo through the viewfinder of an old camera, with another camera. Usually digital, but I'm sure any other camera would work. I've always loved the idea of a small display of old cameras anyway, so I'm gonna build towards that as well. There's a whole Flickr group devoted to this type of photography here, and if you're a photoshop user (which I'm not) there are also "actions" you can use to get the same effect. Not nearly as fun, though. I took a few photos looking out from the balcony and of the cat when I first got it,  which came out really badly. Last Sunday I took it to the beach.

Speaking of Sunday, it was Jeanne & my 7th "Scrap Your Day", adapted from Shimelle's project of the same name. The theme this month was reflections. Once we can get together and do our layouts, we'll have a post to share on that, as well. so my teaser shot is this one.
Oh, Scout asked if I could post his picture anyway.




As always click on the photos to see them in more detail.
Looking forward to a quiet scrappy weekend at home. After last weekends adventures, I think I shall stay right here. :)

3 comments:

tastyfreeze said...

I had a camera like that when I was a kid. Actually,there is one in the store on the top shelf where the antiques are kept.
I enjoyed your blog and pictures.
Hugs...SueZ

Lynn said...

Cool camera! I hope you enjoy your day scrapping! Nice shot of Scout. :)

Kim said...

Sue: If only the film were easier to acquire and develop..LOL

Lynn: Thanks, it looks really cool on a shelf, and I can't wait to add to the collection.
Scout says "thanks"