September 6, 2010

polaroid camera (and film) giveaway

polaroid camera and film giveaway
Okay, here it is! The thing I love to giveaway most... a polaroid camera (and film)! You probably know by now, polaroid is making a comback via The Impossible Project, so now is your chance to snatch up this highly sought after baby! You know how much I love polaroids and I like to keep the polaroid love going... and this is my way of saying "thank you" for all the love and support you continuously give my blog (and my family) for the past three years! It has been so wonderful and I never imagined all the wonderful friends and support that would come from this.

To enter, all you have to do is:
1. Leave a comment telling me one thing you miss about using a film camera.
2. You MUST be a follower or subscriber of this blog to enter to win the camera, and if so, please leave me a comment telling me you are!
2. Blog, tweet, or facebook about this giveaway and leave separate comments to the links here.

Now, if you do all of the things mentioned above, you might even be able to up your chances by getting your name in 5 times! Isn't this the easiest thing to win a polaroid camera?!!

Those overseas are welcome to join. The giveaway will end at 8am PST on Friday, September 10th and don't forget to come back Friday to this post as this is where the winner will be announced. Good luck!

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Thanks to the random robot, the winner is... Gabriela Couth!
Congratulations Gabriela!!! Email me your address. And thank you everyone else for participating and I love reading your comments (though, I am still not all caught up)! It is obvious that as much as we love the convenience of digital, nothing can ever replace the feeling of film!
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411 comments:

  1. I really like those diana lomography cameras where you get soft and fuzzy images that look like the 70's...it reminds me of my mom =)

    and I follow too

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  2. Wow awesome! I have been in the market for one! Happy anniversary!

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  3. My favourite camera is my trusty canon point and shoot at the moment, but I am researching SLRs so I can make a choice soon!

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  4. I would love to have a Nikon D-anything camera! But all I have is a little Nikon digital camera that will take me through the days as I wait to get an SLR one. Someday. I would love to play with a Polaroid camera! Congrats on 3 years! Love your blog.

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  5. i'm a follower! happy anniversary!

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  6. i shoot mostly with my canon rebel. but i also love polaroids!

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  7. I miss that beautiful, grainy look of old film photos!

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  8. I loved changing the film and actually taking it out and manually processing it onto print paper--I had my own darkroom in my basement! You wouldn't believe how 8 hours could fly by...!
    Sarah M

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  9. I also have been a long time follower via Google reader!
    Sarah M

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  10. i miss waiting on pictures to be developed and eagerly looking through the package to see how they turned out. that anticipation just isn't there with digital!

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  11. and i'm a follower! love your blog.

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  12. hi ruby! the thing i miss most is being able to capture a moment in a raw form, and waiting for the moment to see the image again after being processed.

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  13. I love film cameras for the lovely grain they give to photos - digital cameras just don't give the same feel. My parents had a polaroid (until I dropped it on our vacation) :(

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  14. I miss the fact to develop photo. With numeric, I have a lot of photo in my computer but not very much develop...

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  15. Ahh, I miss being in the darkroom with all my thirty shots. Nowadays I take thirty shots in a matter of six minutes and "develop" them immediately.

    I also miss non edited photos. The natural ones are the BEST.

    I'm a follower!

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  16. I miss film because you never know what you are going to get. I miss the anticipation and the waiting and the excitement, and when it finally comes....I miss the big smile and happiness while sorting through the pile :)

    I have been trying to get my hands on Polaroid film for so long. I hope to win :)

    Stephanie
    www.thehomespunchronicles.blogspot.com

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  17. I miss : having to find that perfect light, perfect angle - to make the picture absolutely perfect - instead of just putting it up on my computer and fixing it that way.

    I'm a follower :)

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  18. enter this giveaway? Don't mind if I do!
    I am a collector of old cameras and the first camera I ever got was a polaroid 600. a month later, they discontinued film. I loved the fact that I could place memories all over my room, journal, mailbox and even gift them to friends (after time had passed). I miss the excitement of the square revealing itself, seconds after clicking the shutter. To win this would be a dream.

    (Yes, I'm a blog follower).

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  19. i miss having my photos in my hands. prints are so nice to have in an album for all to enjoy! my husband hardly sees any of our family photos since they are all hiding in my C drive :(

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  20. I miss mistakes. With digital cameras, you can just delete "bad" pictures but there's something incredibly quaint about missed shots...

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  21. fantastic giveaway!

    what i miss most about film is the surprise you get when developing the film. you never know what you will get! and i love the little blips that can happen, random spotting or overlapping that is all lost on digital.

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  22. One thing i miss about using a film camera is the anticipation of how the photos turned out when you go pick up your prints at the photo lab!!! ekkkkk... hehee

    Happy 3rd Blogaversary!
    hugs
    juli

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  23. i'm a follower of your sweet blog =)

    hugs
    juli

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  24. Yeah, the thing I miss most about using film is the surprise of either a great shot or a really cruddy one! Sometimes the goof-ups make the best shots, too.

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  25. i miss having the pictures in my sweet little hand. happy blogiversary!

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  26. I miss the anticipation, waiting to get your film back from the developer to see what you got on the roll.

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  27. I'm a subscriber via Google Reader!

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  28. What I love most about film is waiting for it to develop!! So exciting :-)

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  29. Oh yeah I tweeted also
    (https://twitter.com/colormemindy)

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  30. oh wOw! what a lovely giveaway! thank you for being so generous!

    and i'm a follower!

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  31. Thank you for blogging, Ruby. Your life inspires me to take car eof my own. : )
    The polaroid camera would be loved here.
    *Katharina from Germany

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  32. I miss the beautiful quality of film photos. I hate seeing digital pixels in my pictures! Also, I miss the blessed unpredictability of film.

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  33. Of course I am a follower of this blog! I LOVE this blog!

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  34. Here's my blog post: http://yourebelscum.blogspot.com/2010/09/just-so-you-know.html

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  35. Ruby! What a wonderful giveaway!!!
    The thing I miss most about instant cameras is the spontaneity of it all. Now we get to take and retake pictures if we don't like it. But getting to have that instant gratification with the way the photo turned out, however it did...that's such a treasure. It encourages you to live in the moment :)
    I am so excited about this giveaway!! Crossing my fingers!

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  36. And a follower of Cakies! :)
    (Love reading all the adventures of Brave, True & Soul :)

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  37. I miss having prints in my hands. I almost never print anything anymore & I was reminded of how nice that is when a girlfriend pulled some prints out of her purse to show off.

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  38. I am also a follower & your blog is one of my favorites for sure!

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  39. http://www.facebook.com/#!/kaylalene?v=app_2309869772

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  40. One thing I miss about using a film camera is taking the film to be developed then getting the pictures the next day! I also miss how adorable the camera film always looked :(.

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  41. I miss the surprise of what you had captured, you never knew if someone had blinked or if their hair was in their face, you just had to have faith that it was a good shot!
    xoxo~Meg

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  42. I am a follower of your blog!
    xoxo~Meg

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  43. I miss the anticipation. I loved picking up the pictures and flipping through them as I was walking away from the film counter.

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  44. I'm a follower! :) And I miss having those good ole hard copies of pictures anymore. I am so terrible about getting them printed!!

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  45. Well, I have a film camera-but I miss that not so many people use them.
    Can that count? ;)

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  46. PS- I'm a follower, and happy 3 years to you!!

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  47. I miss having the actual photo to create something with. I usually leave my photos on the computer or they go on my blog. But I love having framed pictures!

    I'm a follower!

    tammy.cody [at] gmail.com

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  48. I'm a follower, all right! =)
    The thing I miss is not beig lazy to print the pictures, since this was the only way to actually see them...

    many hugs from Brazil!

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  49. i miss how everypicture was special and not one of a serie.

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  50. 1) I miss having a camera that will automatically just give me the photos instead of just downloading them in my computer and never printing them out.
    2)I am definitely a follower.
    3)And i blogged about the giveaway of my blog: http://lelouperrant.blogspot.com/2010/09/want-to-win-polaroid-camera-and-film-i.html

    thanks for the opportunity.

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  51. A polaroid camera would be so awesome! You have the loveliest blog. I miss the little film strip pieces from real cameras, peeping at them was so fun, like a glimpse of a mirror world!

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  52. i really miss having tangible pictures in my hands. i'm really bad at getting my pictures printed out now.

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  53. I miss the noise of a film camera!

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  54. I really really love your blog; I've been following for some time now! The one thing I really really miss about film cameras is having pictures on hand and available for framing. i loooove framed pictures in my room, and photo albums. i miss that.

    PLEASE poloroid? they would be so awesome to have.

    happy anniversary!!!
    xoxox

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  55. I linked the giveaway to my FB!

    http://www.facebook.com/craftysarah

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  56. here is the link to my fb where i posted the giveaway…
    http://www.facebook.com/kpalamaro

    thanks!

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  57. i miss the anticipation of waiting for film to develop - and the fact of not knowing what will be developed! :)

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  58. i also blogged about it here…
    http://www.itshueilove.com/2010/09/polaroid-please.html

    :)

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  59. Oh my goodness... if I won, well it would be amazing! I love cameras! One thing I miss about film cameras are the anticipation of waiting to see how they turn out. You never know!

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  60. Pick me, pick me because I am a follower!

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  61. There is just something magical about a picture being trapped inside a camera and having to take it somewhere to be released!

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  62. I miss the little film canisters you have to carry around with film cameras. :)

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  63. I think I miss the suspense of waiting to see what the photos will look like!

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  64. I'm also a follower of your blog! :)

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  65. I miss the mystery of a film camera. I have an old Canon TX (that was my Dad's) that I still try and put some BW film in once or twice a year and take some snaps of the kids. I LOVE the mystery of adjusting the aperture and seeing the result.

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  66. I love your blog :]

    I used to have pictures all over my room growing up because of film and now I only have a few since most are on my computer. I miss having picture all around me.

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  67. I miss finding an old roll of film in a drawer and smiling so big when I discover what the pictures were of.

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  68. I am also a follower of your lovely blog. :)

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  69. Tweeted :]

    https://twitter.com/amanda_smith

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  70. Facebook :]

    http://www.facebook.com/amandamichelle.smith

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  71. I miss the surprise of how the pictures turned. I'm a follower!

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  72. I miss the surprise and the lack of stress of just pointing and shooting.

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  73. And I'm a follower on my Google Reader!

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  74. the best thing from film...doing the "shake shake" dance to make the picture {poof} appear!

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  75. The suspense. :) It's like opening a present every time.

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  76. I miss those candid moments you usually erase to get the "perfect" picture, couldn't do that with film = lots of funny pics:)

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  77. I am a follower of your precious blog:)

    jaradowns@hotmail.com

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  78. I miss the anticipation, the wondering if you got at least one good shot!

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  79. I miss the unexpected shots...the element of surprise.

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  80. I love that film is so raw and real!

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  81. i have 8 old polaroid cameras in my camera collection and not a single one works! this saddens me to no end as i keep buying them and hoping that they will work as polaroid is the only type of film there is - in my mind. i even have a bunch of old polaroid film that is albeit expired but have used it in others' cams and it makes the most amazing photos because it isn't as crisp and beautiful. little vignettes of washed out yet important life. little faded moments. memories deep in the subconscious. that's what i think they look like.

    i'd love to win but even if i don't (which i probably won't lol) i am glad there are others out there (you) who get it. i also LOVE the impossible project and get regular emails from them.

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  82. I always miss the fun and spontaneity of using a film camera. Nowadays you take a photo and keep hitting the delete button until you get it 'right', there is no fun or surprise.

    This is such a lovely giveaway, thank you so much for the opportunity to win this lovely camera...my fingers & toes crossed!

    I am a follower of your lovely blog.

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  83. I loved shaking the pictures thinking it would make them process faster...even though I'm sure it didn't help at all :)

    I'm a follower!

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  84. Hi Ruby,

    What a wonderful giveaway! I certainly miss the anticipation of finally seeing the photographs. Waiting to use all the film, dropping it off to be developed, remembering to pick I up, and finally tearing open the envelope to reveal the photos! I appreciate the finality of film, that the moment is captured and can't be so easily deleted. Although I love my digital cameras too! We are blessed to have so many wonderful options to capture our lives!

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  85. wow i cannot believe that you have been blogging for 3 years and i have only discovered it earlier this year. i am enjoying your blog - am definitely a follower! - and i can only dream of having a family like yours. and i adore your children's names!

    i just started re-experimenting with film photography. my husband purchased an LC-A+ and i, a diana f+. back in the "old" days, i missed capturing the moments and not knowing how it translated to photos. i love waiting for the film to develop, it excited me to no end. i am happy that i will be able to re-live that excitement when i finish my roll of film.

    i used to own a polaroid and LOVEd it, but unfortunately broke it during a vacation in the philippines :(. winning this giveaway will be really special.

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  86. tweeted http://twitter.com/vserapio

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  87. I miss the actual look of the image and developing a certain amount so that I could give some away to friends (now we just email/facebook each other pictures). I also miss having pictures to put on my wall or in frames!

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  88. I tweeted too!

    http://twitter.com/claudiasoong

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  89. I also follow your blog.. and love it ! :)

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  90. I miss the excitement of looking at film and holding the images in my hand....

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  91. Im a follower... well not actually.. just of your blog! :)

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  92. I miss the anticipation of picking up my film!

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  93. I miss the anticipation of seeing your prints after developing... good pics or bad!

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  94. And I follow your blog! It's a daily read... Your little family is precious!

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  95. I miss that excitement when you go to the store to pick up the photos you've had developed, and discovering the magic of a really great picture.

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  96. i miss just the anticipation of how that snapshot turned out...you didn't know until it was developed! digital is so immediate. anyhow, three cheers for a polaroid!

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  97. Whee! Happy blog-aversary, Rubyellen!

    http://twoweasinapod.blogspot.com/2010/09/giveaway.html

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  98. What I miss most about film cameras is always having the pictures in my hands. With my digital I rarely ever get around to actually printing the pictures, but I wish I had them to sit around and look at and show my daughter.

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  99. The thing I miss most about using a film camera is picking up the developed pictures. I almost never print my digital pictures. I definitely need to do that more often!

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  100. I'm a follower and I love your pretty blog!

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  101. I miss the surprise of looking through newly developed photos and re-discovering the images that you took!

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  102. And of course i'm a follower of your blog - i love it.

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  103. I am a follower!

    Kjirsten

    http://simplyloverly.blogspot.com

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  104. Happy Anniversary! I'm a follower of your blog (in Google Reader), and I miss the surprise of film cameras - the losing a roll in the back of the closet and being excited to get it developed because is it from 1983? or last week? Your baby's christening, or a 4th of July picnic?

    There's something for instant gratification, but there's also something against it.

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  105. I miss going to a dark room and developing the film!

    Kjirsten

    http://simplyloverly.blogspot.com

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  106. Tweeted!

    http://mycakies.blogspot.com/2010/09/polaroid-camera-and-film-giveaway.html

    Kjirsten

    http://simplyloverly.blogspot.com

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  107. What I miss most about using a film camera is the anticipation...waiting to see how my pictures turned out after its been developed. I like the not so perfect pictures ;)

    Love your blog! Happy Blog-versary!!!

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  108. what i miss most is never knowing how the pictures will turn out. you get pleasently surprised by some super great shots, and some "mistakes" that are beautiful.

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  109. what i miss most is never knowing how the pictures will turn out. you get pleasently surprised by some super great shots, and some "mistakes" that are beautiful.

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  110. what i miss most is the excitement of going to pick up my pictures to see how they turned out!

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  111. what i miss most is never knowing how the pictures will turn out. you get pleasently surprised by some super great shots, and some "mistakes" that are beautiful.

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  112. sweet. another one of your lovely giveaways! i love polaroids, mostly the way you hear the click and "bzzzzzt" of the film coming out of it's mouth. like a little fly sticking out it's tongue at you(ha ha ha).

    one thing i love about film though is the magic in waiting for your picture to appear on that nice clear white paper. how you hope "did it turn out the way i wanted it to" or "i wonder how it'll really be". things like that are the greatest enjoyments of photography. :)

    come by again soon okay.

    ♡Chika-san

    littlepinkshoe.blogspot.com

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  113. I miss taking polaroids as a kid and waiting for the picture to show up. I would try and not look until it was all developed, but I always peeked too early :)

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  114. And I follow your blog on google reader!

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  116. i love the anticipation of waiting for film be developed. my friend, Tiffany, introduced me to your blog and have been following it via Google Reader for the last year.

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  117. I remember my first camera. I was six. It was yellow. I miss finding the letter of my last name at the store, having my dad reach up that high to get my pictures out of the bin, and then looking at them all the way home.

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  118. I'm a follower! And I've been wishing for a polaroid camera since I was little. There was a Barbie one I always asked for at the store.

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  119. i miss the suspense of not knowing exactly how your picture is going to come out, and being so surprised and how awesome the outcome is!!

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  120. I miss when you would take a picture and gather around it and just wait for it to magically appear. I thought it was so cool!
    tk_mccord@hotmail.com

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  121. oh, and i'm definitely a follower :)

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  122. I am a follower!
    tk_mccord@hotmail.com

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  123. i'm a follower of the blog in google reader :)

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  124. I'm a follower. :)
    I love the surprise of seeing what comes out on film and sometimes getting weird double exposed ones. :)

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  125. right now i shoot with a nikon d300 but i can't wait to get a d700 or its replacement (whichever comes first for me!). i also really want a diana!

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  127. What I love about film cameras is the raw emotion that it captures, no editing allowed!

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  128. oops i mixed up the comment with your other post! what i miss about film photography is the shutter advance!

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  129. And of course, I am a loyal follower!

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  130. what i miss about film cameras in the flaws in the photos. the random strips of light that appear or when one picture overlaps another picture. digital is just too perfect!

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  131. I love love love your blog and I read it every single day. You have such a cute family! I am absolutley obsessed with film photography. I miss the accessiblity of it all, though. It's hard to find places that will develop my 120 film and it's hard to find inexpensive polaroid film. It's worth saving your pennies for, though.

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  132. I love getting the film back. So much anticipation for a good shot!

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  133. I also follow your blog with google reader!!

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  134. I've been a subscriber to your blog for forever! Such a wonderful daily read for me. Very inspirational. What I miss most about film cameras is the excitement of getting your film back from the lab. The opening of the envelope and seeing what's inside. There's no surprises without the film. Thanks for the giveaway! And Happy Anniversary!

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  135. I love how you never really know how film will turn out... every roll is so different!

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  136. And blogged it, of course.

    http://antkowiaks.blogspot.com/2010/09/giveaway-over-at-cakies.html

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  137. I miss the fact that I HAVE to develop it to see it...that way you always have a hard copy!!!

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  138. i miss the way that film looks. sort of dirty and imperfect! would love to win.
    jacquelynbateman@hotmail.com

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  139. i am a follower.
    jacquelynbateman@hotmail.com

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  140. I like the delay of film, and the fact that it produces OBJECTS - film, negatives, paper images - by necessity.

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  141. I miss holding the pictures in my hand. I recently was looking through photos from high school and it was so nice to flip through all of them.

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  142. I am a follower! I remember when I was younger dropping off film at the developer, and having to wait a few days to pick it up. It was always so satisfying to pick up the prints and remember different moments from a trip, vacation, or just time around the house. Sure, the instant gratification of digital film is nice, but there's something to be said about old-fashioned waiting.

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  143. I am a follower as well. Love your blog!!

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  144. I'm a follower and love every post you write!! Thanks for a great read, and for this chance at a polaroid!

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  145. what I miss most about using a film camera, is the anticipation of seeing your picture... with digital, it's instant gratification... but with film, you take more time capturing the image (because you only want to do it once with limited amount of film), and it feels amazing holding that final product in your hand.

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  146. I just love the warmth and feel of film based photos! I miss going to the developing center and the anticipation of seeing the photos in print. I miss buying photo albums and the gentle ritual of arranging the photos.

    Happy blog-versary Ruby!!

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  147. I miss having all my film pictures printed out- I never print my pictures now.

    I love your blog! thanks for the giveaway!

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  148. And I've been a follower on google reader for a long time now :)

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  149. My husband would die if I won this... we love the old Polaroids! I miss the suspense of not knowing how a picture turned out until it's developed.

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  150. I'm a follower! Happy 3 year anniversary!

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  151. Just facebooked it!

    http://tinyurl.com/3xnxe64

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  152. i miss film photography that produce photo in a paper and you can arrange it in a real photo album.. its fun.. ^o^

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  153. I am a follower.. ^^

    September is my birthday month, I really wish I can win this.. It's gonna be the best gift.. !! thanksss..

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  154. hiii.. i'm a follower all the way from Indonesia.. ain't internet the greatest thing ever?! :D

    anyways, just want to let you know that i'm a huge fan of your blog.. love reading about your daily activity.. especially the one on father's day.. so sweet! :) and of course soul is the cutest baby ever! love looking at her picture, i even save some of them on my computer.. i hope that's okay.. :)

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  155. I love how tangible film photography is... I miss that in our digital image age.

    I subscribe to your blog.

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  156. I am a follower! :D Love your blog and your girls too!

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  157. I like the surprises after the film photos are developed! With digital camera, we tend to took multiple shots of the same set of pose. It's just not so surprise anymore.

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  158. I blogged about this giveaway!
    http://lemonseed.blogspot.com/2010/09/i-want-to-win-this.html

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  159. I tweeted about it too!
    @janiceksl

    **this shows how much i want this!

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  160. dear film,
    oh how i miss you
    your creativity, raw thoughts
    pure emotion
    your true self.

    thank you.

    sept. 10th is my birthday and i am hoping for a polaroid camera.. serious!

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  161. .. thanks for sharing your blog! ..

    i subscribed!

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  162. .. facebook-ed the giveaway.. !

    go film.

    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=11702437

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  163. i follow your blog! and i like it!

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  164. I'm a follower!

    My friends and I had a polaroid in college and boy did it capture some GREAT moments! I want another one!!

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  165. i miss the surprise of getting real film developed. especially when you would find an old forgotten roll of film and you had no idea what pictures might be on the it.

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  166. I miss getting my film processed and getting excited and surprised by the results! My boyfriend and I picked up a disposable camera recently and loved that we didnt even have to opportunity to check and see if it turned out ok, you just take a shot and keep going!

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  167. i loved the waiting and anticipation to know how the photos developed and the feeling of real hand held photos, most of ours is on our computer!

    thanks for sharing all your lovely finds!!

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  168. ps i'm a follower of your lovely blog, of course!, and i'm spreading the word via facebook!! xxx

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  169. i miss the way that the film develops it always has this way of making the picture seem so much more memorable and sentimental

    oh and btw im a follower of not only you but ur sisters too!!! you guys are so great!!

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