bohol 2013



Anonymous asked: hi, i just want to know where you buy your films and have it developed? thanks! :)

I buy and have it developed at either fuji or kodak :) Fuji takes about a week to develop while kodak takes less time but costs more. I hear the Fuji in MOA is faster, but I havent tried it out yet. 

Thanks for stopping by! 


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140222. Tali Beach.
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Martina

140222. Tali Beach.

Taken by Porkscrew


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ART: Daylight Comes Sideways by Daniel Rybakken
Daniel Rybakken is a designer with a singular mission. He wants to trick us into thinking it’s sunny outside when it’s not, so he creates artificial windows, false patches of sunlight – whatever he can – to do so.

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wetheurban:

ART: Daylight Comes Sideways by Daniel Rybakken

Daniel Rybakken is a designer with a singular mission. He wants to trick us into thinking it’s sunny outside when it’s not, so he creates artificial windows, false patches of sunlight – whatever he can – to do so.

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Most Definitely! 

Most Definitely! 

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Sep 28

surfkix asked: Hi, my name is Adine and I'm from the Philippines as well :) First off - your blog is gives off the most calm and ease of atmospheres. I could scroll forever. Second, I was wondering if you could tell me where you buy your film? I'm new with the whole film camera thing and I order film online and I'm starting to think its bogus.

Hi Adine! Thanks for stopping by! I usually just buy my film at Fuji stores or kodak stores. Lately though, i’ve been trying to use up some expired Fuji Superia that my friend Tak got me, I think he bought it online actually, so don’t lose hope! :)


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