Wednesday, October 13, 2010

From The Safety of my Bedroom

Room 4

Room 5

Room 6

So...duh duh duhhhh...here are my first indoor shots on this blog. I know, so not cool, right? I actually went and wandered around Brooklyn with my tripod trying to find a good place to get some shots, but for some reason it was all hustle and bustle at 7am this morning (insomnia alert) and I couldn't find a quiet corner away from the many peering eyes of everyone heading off to work. I am hoping this won't happen again anytime soon, but if it does I promise I am going to figure out some of the lighting issues I had.
I decided to play around with my film camera in these pictures. This is what I really wish I could take my photos with because I have so many helpful lenses to go with it, but the self timer on it is a seriously moody B and refuses to work half the time. I have a pretty crazy set of photos that I took on the roadtrip with it, and I want to share them but I have to figure out how to transfer them to my computer first. I had many more rolls of film, but guess what...we were in such insane temperatures in the desert that five different rolls of film melted inside my camera. Now that is hardcore. I almost melted too, but luckily I am still in one piece, ready to brave the winter months!
Headband: Handmade with zippers and love; Silk shirt: Beacon's Closet; Belt: Vintage, Free 'P' Star, Paris; Shorts: Thrifted; Shoes: Thrifted

Room

Room 8

Room 7.

What are your tips for shooting indoors?

15 comments:

fashionforwriters.com said...

Lucy, these pictures are really beautiful. I love how they came out and I'm crazy happy that you're wearing red booty shorts, because that is how I want to be dressed right now. Tell us how you made that headband, you crafty son of a gun!

xo Jenny

Claggie said...

Those photos look great! The natural light even indoors makes such a difference! You look cute, as usual. I have problems with insomnia too! *sigh* I hope you're having a great week!

v a m p i r e said...

Lucy your photos are always amazing , may i ask whats the camera you are using in the photo? i love the vintage look of the body kit

Sarah with an "h" said...

This outfit is too cute. And the picture are not bad. I like the dreamy lighting they all have. Very pretty. :)

:o)Sarah
www.restlessromantic.blogspot.com

Jasmine said...

blue and red is my favorite color combo! <3 that diy headband is gorgeous too! i want to see the rest of your place now :)

Polina said...

this outfit is quite cute and i especially like that belt! :)

vintagewithatwist said...

lovely! those shorts are great! love this look

Esther said...

lovely outfit! the colour combination is awesome, love how you pull it off :)

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Kristin said...

I haven't been to Beacon's Closet in ages. I definitely wanna go back there again. I love your shirt. You have a great blog here. I like all you outfits, especially your shorts.

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Kenziefaith said...

Love this outfit - those colors look great together! Your belt is so so cute. Love your blog! I'm following you :)

www.kenziefaith.blogspot.com x

KristiMcMurry said...

Oh I think the pictures are great! The window helps a lot. And I love love love those shorts :) So adorable.

Mandy said...

Love love this outfit, especially the belt!

Emily, Ruby Slipper Traveller said...

I just asked almost the same question myself over at my blog, hehe. I think the pictures are lovely, the light is just beautiful. And I love the combination of those shorts and that blouse. : )

Dial V for Vintage said...

I adore that shirt, it's gorgeous! :)

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