holiday with the lc-a

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Camera: LC-A+, film: fujifilm 200

During the week, I took a little solo holiday trip to Brisbane and Gold Coast. I used to live there years ago, so it was really nice revisiting familiar (and new!) places and catching up with old friends. I took my new LC-A+ and got to use up my first roll of film with the camera. These photos were taken in Brisbane.

I've been using the FujiFilm Superia 200 film so much though, that I'm now itching to try something different. I might try slide film or get something with a higher ISO (because I want to take more photos in low-light conditions). Any recommendations??

Also, what do you think of the new layout? I thought that the new year would be a good time to try a fresh new look for the blog. I'm still going to tweak it a little more later on though.

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Rhianne said...

They look great Anna, I love the contrast that you get with the lc-a, the colours always looks so rich I think.

Chi Designs said...

Where is the sushi shop in the second photo? I don't recognise it. Hope you enjoyed your trip!

Gabbi said...

Wonderful photos and I LOVE your new layout and design! Love the warmth of the colors, but still so modern in it's design.

Wishing you a Happy New Year dear Anna!♥

vintageveggie said...

i love the new layout. i wish i was as computer inclined as you are!

Teresa said...

Ah Brisbane! Such a wonderful city and your photos are beautiful. Love the new blog layout too!

herecomesthesun said...

I'm so excited you got an LC-A+! It's my favourite camera, I've been enjoying it so much. How are you liking it so far?

I usually use either 200 or 400 iso. Those latest ones on my blog are 200 :)

The Sequin Cat said...

New layout is great! Very clean.

Happy New Year!

curious constellation said...

I'm loving the photo's, especially the first one!

Catherine said...

Great photos = I know that juice stand!

It's such a pleasure to stumble across your blog!

Catherine @ The Spring (in Brisbane)

http://www.thespringblog.com/

Amanda said...

Try Kodak Portra 400. Super fine grain and beautiful.