moab in an instant.


A few weeks ago I bought Tate a GoPro video cam for his graduation present. We take it everywhere and it was fun to document hikes and swims in Moab. He knows how much I love my instant cameras (you probably know too!) so he made me a video of our adventures with my Fujilim instax and Polaroid land camera. I bought the land camera over a year ago and finally cleaned it up and rewired the batteries... I'm not sure why it took me so long to do but I'm really happy with the photos that came out. Thanks Tate for making me this video!!

p.s. Does anyone know how to make the video larger on blogger?

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  1. You guys are WAY too cute :)

    How to make the video larger: When you push the "share" button on YouTube, then press "Embed," you can change the video size there! But since it's already in the post, go to HTML button while editing your post and the code for the video will be at the top! You can change the height and width :)

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  2. This is the cutest thing ever!!!!! How did you get that one picture thats like two in one??? :)
    Calling you soon!

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    1. It's a double exposure! For the land camera, the photos don't automatically come out (you pull them out) so I just took two photos and then pulled out the film from the camera ;)

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  3. Oh I've seen this camera around, and it seems really handy! I love the video too!

    xx.
    fashion and tea

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  4. That was really beautiful. Where do you get the peel apart film for the land camera? What size is it, 2x3?

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    1. Thank you!! The black and white photos are about 3x4 and I ordered the film off of amazon:

      http://www.amazon.com/FujiFilm-FP-3000B-Instant-3-25x4-25-inches/dp/B00009VQK5/ref=pd_ys_sf_s_172282_a1_3_p?ie=UTF8&refRID=1J8RN7B9M3TF8GXKHFYP

      hope this helps!

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  5. This video is the cutest thing I've ever seen, really *_* <3

    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  6. I've watched this three times now. Guess how many times it has made me cry? THREE! (I have NO idea why, so don't ask)

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  7. Fantastic! At the end I thought "One day her grandchildren will watch this"

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