120 Film at Disneyland
Taking our Kodak Dual Flex II (one of many vintage cameras we own) and shooting 120 film has become a tradition of ours when visiting Disneyland. However I’m not sure how often this tradition will continue, as we will be visiting Disneyland more often and 120 film isn’t exactly cheap, but it sure is a lot of fun, but for the time being, here is a look at some of the shots from our most recent visit to Disneyland.
Patrick has gotten much better over the years in determining distance, and it shows each time as we seem to have more and more good photos, so there are quite a few here! Like previous 120 posts, all of these photos are exactly as they were shot – no editing has occurred (with the exception of watermarks).
Currently we’re up to our ears in boxes as we pack up our apartment that has been our home for the last four years. We have just a few more weeks left in the Rose City and we’re working to get rid of stuff and pack, but still have fun with many of our friends. Once again, I’m not sure how much blogging I’ll be getting in between now and getting settled in our new home, but stay tuned!
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9 comments on “120 Film at Disneyland”
Those are some awesome photos! I love unedited photos, it’s nice seeing these in this time of all the photo editing. You look adorable in your outfits.
Wonderfully lovely shots – I adore the hazy, dreamy quality of the light in some of them. It adds to the magical factor of Disneyland all the more.
Very neat, I’ve always wanted to try getting a 1920s Brownie and shooting 120 film in it (I’ve seen this done on one of my favorite costuming blogs, and the results are so interesting!).
Good luck with your move, too! I just got done with mine, and that was within the same city! I can’t imagine moving states, especially with all the fabulous stuff you have!
The setting lends itself perfectly to being shot on film, the photos you have here are so atmospheric.
You have captured these memories perfectly! 🙂
have a good move, my dear!
you summery outfits are so great … i’d wish it would be a littel warmer here in berlin … brrr. we’re having an early fall.
It’s amazing how much of a difference the vintage camera and film make to the photos. That first one seems like it’s right out of the 50s. That’s an awesome tradition, and I hope you can keep it up for as long as your wallet will allow.
I agree with Jessica. There is something missing in digital photography – the smooth lines, the slightly realer feeling. Of course, I also love my old vinyl 33s, too! Nicely done, hon. Amy
I always love how your 120 film photos turn out! It really makes the atmosphere so much more happier, if that makes sense?