Freelensing by overalvandaan

Freelensing

Get pushed from Ashley this week.

Light from the window.
@shesnapped and another attempt.
February 11th, 2017  
pretty one
February 11th, 2017  
Hauntingly beautiful - big fav ! :D
February 11th, 2017  
Fabulous and fav
February 11th, 2017  
super sweet, as always
February 11th, 2017  
This is wonderful, such a lovely image, almost reminds me of old children's books
February 11th, 2017  
beautiful!
February 11th, 2017  
bep
Lief... Fav.
February 11th, 2017  
So pretty!
February 12th, 2017  
Charming, so very beautiful...Fav
February 12th, 2017  
This one takes my breath away!!!
February 12th, 2017  
Lovely!
February 12th, 2017  
Simply gorgeous- fav
February 12th, 2017  
Such an enigmatic portrait.
February 12th, 2017  
Mooie zachte potretfoto.
February 12th, 2017  
wonderful shot..
February 12th, 2017  
Sweet and peaceful...
February 12th, 2017  
Absolutely gorgeous. FAV
February 12th, 2017  
This is beautiful!
February 12th, 2017  
Delicate and ever so stunning. Fav!
February 13th, 2017  
Fav!
February 13th, 2017  
Ok my Get Pushed for you this week is to have a go at 'Switcheroo Photography' (google phrase if needed). Be free to use 2 of your children if your hubby won't oblige :-)
February 13th, 2017  
Beautiful portrait capture of Ashley.
February 17th, 2017  
Kan in Wales dan nog wel een auto er overheen rijden ?. Lijk me leuk met een oude MG TD. Hier kan je mekaar ook niet paseren.
February 17th, 2017  
@pyrrhula ja, soms moet je een behoorlijk stuk achteruitrijden, kronkelige weggetjes. Met de oude MG TD zou ik wat groter wegen zoeken :-)
February 18th, 2017  
@pyrrhula de get pushed challenge was van Ashley, het meiske is Roz.
February 18th, 2017  
Hier ook maar dat vind ik de charme van die weggetjes.
@overalvandaan Sorry, but by any name she looks lovely.
February 18th, 2017  
Hi Saxa. Glad to see you are shooting film! I strongly suggest you develop your own black and white film. It is quite easy. You will need to invest about $100 dollars in the necessary equipment and chemicals. In the end with the cost to develop today you will save IF you also have a scanner that is capable of scanning film strips. A good low priced scanner is a Canon model, not sure but I can give you the tips. Don't worry about ISO. The film has great latitude. Many shoot 400 film at 200 intentionally and develop normally. For a great tutorial on metering for film, go to Johnny Patience website. Look at his work shooting Kodak Portra 400 @ 200 ISO, developed normally. It is breathtaking.
February 21st, 2017  
@pickerandagrinner thanks so much for your advise! I'm a beginner :-) And will definitely give self developing a go, but maybe not for this film and the one I've still got in the camera. Will have a look at Johnny Patience website too (when I can find a spare moment). Thanks Louis!
February 22nd, 2017  
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