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« Reply #60 on: February 19, 2008 08:30:48 PM »

What cool photos! Did you buy or make the camera, zombiekilla? I always wanted to make one of those pinhole cameras, myself.

Man, that reminds me... I still have to get my photos done...

Added this post to the front page! Also now there's little *s next to the names of people whose packages have gallery posts, just to make them easier to find.

The fish eye is very different from the pin hole camera. There is a lomography web site that sells those and lots more. They have a camera that takes four images on one frame. I have a Holga that I love to pieces.

And as for my photos, they will be polaroid. I still have a few things to make/buy and I'm waiting for some stuff to come in the mail (I hope they get here in time) and I will finally be ready to send.
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« Reply #61 on: February 19, 2008 08:52:54 PM »

What cool photos! Did you buy or make the camera, zombiekilla? I always wanted to make one of those pinhole cameras, myself.

Man, that reminds me... I still have to get my photos done...

Added this post to the front page! Also now there's little *s next to the names of people whose packages have gallery posts, just to make them easier to find.

The fish eye is very different from the pin hole camera. There is a lomography web site that sells those and lots more. They have a camera that takes four images on one frame. I have a Holga that I love to pieces.

And as for my photos, they will be polaroid. I still have a few things to make/buy and I'm waiting for some stuff to come in the mail (I hope they get here in time) and I will finally be ready to send.
did you know polaroid is going to stop making film?  Angry Pin hole cameras are awesome, and I suggest everyone give them a try! there is just something so cool about making your own camera!
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« Reply #62 on: February 20, 2008 04:33:45 AM »

I didn't know that! It kind of makes sense with digital taking over...  Cry
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« Reply #63 on: February 20, 2008 05:32:58 AM »

The fish eye is very different from the pin hole camera.

Oh, I knew that. I just thought I'd seen someone also make a fisheye camera before. Possibly I was just thinking about the pinhole ones.

I wish I had a polaroid! I love those things. Right now I just have a digicam and a 35 mm with no batteries. Sad So GougeAway is getting a disc.
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« Reply #64 on: February 20, 2008 07:57:44 AM »

I have the lomography cameras that take 4 pictures in one frame (action sampler) and the one that takes 8 (oktomatic) they're AWESOME. the 8 frame one is cool because you can cut out the the different sections & use them for different projects (pendants, tiny accents on notecards or collage) without having to do all that resizing stuff on the computer.

most of the pictures i send sarahmaru are going to be ones i took on an oktomatic so you can see what they look like soon enough! i'm finally reunited with my laser engraver so if i can get my booty in gear i should be done with the last few things this week!!
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« Reply #65 on: February 20, 2008 09:23:21 AM »

I loooooove all those Lomo cameras. I'm dying to get one (or five...Tongue) I believe Neighborhoodies sells them as well, oddly enough.

And Kodak isn't making film either anymore! What is the world coming to? Sad
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« Reply #66 on: February 20, 2008 10:32:54 AM »

i love those pictures...now i have to have one of those cameras!
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« Reply #67 on: February 20, 2008 11:22:50 AM »

not to waver to much...but i personally love the qoute the most...JUNO! i need to get the Moldy Peaches album ( i didnt know the name of the band till now) this weekend
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« Reply #68 on: February 20, 2008 12:49:36 PM »

Well I got my package about a week ago from my partner and everything was awesome! Laura, I'm so sorry for taking so long to post  Undecided I love everything though, so without futher ado... my package from my buddy, Laura!

Here is a shot of everything:



Here is some Pocky (there was chocolate pocky as well, but it somehow dissapeared on the car ride home.... weird?!) some Chai Mints, yummy! Rice candy, which is really good and interesting (it has an edible wrapper which I definitely thought was plastic at first... thought my partner was trying to choke me! Hehe JK) And of course, just in time for Valentines day... sweet hearts!




Here are the postcards she sent me: One from her university, one "The Rights of a Child" (she knows me too well!) 2 Hello Kitty postcards, and some really awesome edgy animated cards.



These are SO CUTE!!! Button stud earrings and.. yup, you guessed it! Threader earrings! (I have a jewlery obsession, so these are a perfect addition to my stash!)





I am also a big bobby-pin fan (how did she know?) so these were SO awesome. And they came just in time for valentines day! I wore them to work (with tons of compliments, especially from the students!) and then to the bar later with some friends. Again, a big hit. (Who would have thought this were a great convorsation starter?) The orange ones are not in the picture because they were in my hair when I took the picture.



Here we have two amazingly smelling candles. I wish I could photograph the scent. One is Plumeria and the other, I was supposed to guess. No such luck Sad But I love the smell anyways! We also have a blueberry muffin... in a jar! Awesome. And a wonderful duck tape flower, which my boyfriend thought was a pen and tried to write with, haha. And of course, some insense! Which also smells wonderful.



This is some of my stationary she sent me. Isn't it gorgeous? These are so perfect for me, and I can't wait to use them. Except knowing me, I will probably never use them, I will just keep them because I think they're pretty. Hehehe.



My favorite.... COFFEE! You can tell from the picture that I have used about half of it already. Now, I know my coffee... and this is some damn good coffee. Again, wish I photograph the scent...



And last but not least... my new robot friend!!! He's so cute and SUCH a great listener. He likes long walks in the park and old cheesy movies, just like me!!!!  Kiss



Here's an action shot (ya, he can walk!) I just hope he doesn't walk out of my life...



Laura, thank you again for everything! It was such a great package and I was so stoked on EVERY last item!


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« Reply #69 on: February 20, 2008 02:15:50 PM »

aww, the robot is adorable!  has he been named? 

i keep meaning to make myself some button earrings... maybe i'll sort through my button stash tonight Cheesy
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