Montag, 26. November 2012

'Oh, heavy-hearted am I...'

...  I'm back again !

And In high spirits (yes, despite the gloomy title - this is an hommage to today's jingle: Amberian Dawn's 'River of Tuoni' ) !

Today I went to a Gothic Lolita meet-up in Vienna, so I thought I'd share some pictures of my outfit !

Outfit rundown:

Bonnet: Metamorphose temps de fille
Dress: Metamorphose temps de fille
Cardigan: unknown
Tights: Falke
Shoes: Bodyline
Accessories: Claire's, FOREVER21, various 

I looove the ruffled detail in the front !

A closer look on the roses & the butterfly pin on the bonnet :)

Today I wore circle lenses aswell ! These are the Super Pinky series in colour Brown.
I was surprised how well my eyes coped with the lenses. They weren't uncomfortable or drying my eyes out at all (they usually do) and I wore them all day long :)


Me with my gorgeous friend Lena ! <3
(Tell me if you want me to take the pics down, I just thought you looked so great today so I posted them here :D)

This dress is one of my favourite ones. I adore the colour, the ruffles, the collar ...
and just everything else about it ;)
So I was pretty happy about the chance to wear it to a meet-up ! 

Only my bonnet was giving me a hard time, never remaining in its place, sliding around on my head or twisting into various directions ...nevertheless it's pretty ;)

That's it !

I'd like to write 'Have a pleasant Sunday evening everyone,' but here it's already 00:17, so I guess wishing you a 'Good night' is more appropriate hahah :)

Good night then !

Thank you for reading ! 


Samstag, 17. November 2012

Hasenherz und Rabenauge

Heja people :)

It has been another while since I've stopped by!

As you might be able to tell I've been seriously lazy with blogging ...

When I started this blog I promised to share all the fails and victories of bakery & photography with you guys.
So today we're facing a black & white semi-fail.

Here we go!

What I love about analogue photography is the excitement when you hold a folder of freshly developed pictures in your hands and it feels like unwrapping christmas presents - you never know what might be awaiting you !

Good surprises, bad surprises ...?

When I got my second black & white film and opened it with anticipation, I have to confess that as I scanned through the pictures my heart dropped and so did my mood :(

I took lots of pictures of my friends and sometimes I can't even tell who's on the picture because the whole film is totally overexposed.

But oh well, things like these happen.
Let's hope the next black & white ones turn out better :)

What kind of equipment did I use?

Camera: Lomography's Diana F+ in the special edition 'Glow'.

Film: 120 mm, Lomography's Black & White Negative, ISO 100.


I have another Diana F+ film in store, but it shall be saved for the next post ;)

Hope you enjoyed those less enjoyable pictures, haha !

Thank you for reading 


Montag, 17. September 2012

Through not only rose-tinted spectacles

Long time no blog update !

But there's some good news: I've got a scanner again ! (YAY :D)

My brother was so sweet to give me one as a present for my birthday !!!

So beware, I'm able to picspam this blog to my liking again !!! >:D

Just after I got my new dear scanner, I ran out and about to get some of my films developed.

Therefore on today's menu there is a fisheye in colour.

Enjoy ! ;)

As I look through those pictures I've come to realize that it took me almost 5 months to finish shooting this film.

It's just true that if you have a lot of sunlight your pictures turn out absolutely magnificent.
And I have the habit of wanting to shoot on special occasions, so sometimes I have to wait forever if the weather is behaving inconvenient and there are no occasions coming up haha ;)

But I'm glad to have captured so many great moments with my friends that I enjoyed.
And there are even 2 birthdays caught on film, super cool !

And of course - how could it be otherwise - lots of pictures of food and drinks :)

What kind of equipment did I use ?

Camera: Lomography's Fisheye No. 1, Hello Kitty Special Edition.

Film: 35 mm, dm's Paradies Universalfilm, ISO 200.


I've got two more developed sets of photographs that are stored in my drawer, waiting to be scanned - as always I'll be honestly sharing my glory and failure in analogue photography

- so stay tuned ! :)


Now before I leave again, I have to serve a little bit of dessert:

Two slices of Impossible Polaroid.


Thank you for reading !