He’s actually a phone holder but I improvise (I do that a lot) and use him as my “favorite pencils/pens/erasers” holder.
My Fujifilm Instax Mini Polaroid version 25. POLAROIDS. ARE. SO. ADDICTING. Okay, so only 10 films are allowed in the camera at once and omg. I couldn’t stop shooting, I had to stop myself and force the camera down when I hit the 8th picture. Which means there’s only 3 more films left in the camera (there’s a little number count on the back that tells you how much you have left.)
The Totoro bag I splurged on for my Polaroid. I need to protect my camera so how else but a cute bag I suppose?
My first polaroid album, it has fewer pages than I originally thought. The plastic on the front is to hold a ‘special’ polaroid, so I have to take a nice one to put it there. I might have to buy more albums in the future, they’re so cute and small.
The first page. You guys won’t believe how many takes it took to get a decent looking selca. Thankfully my cam version has a little mirror on the front where it reflects exactly what you’re shooting at. I bet it’d be harder for the peeps who have the 300s or 7s. «
* And no, I did not throw away my ugly selcas. What a waste of film! I put them throughout the binder so there’s no consistency or whatnot. *