Photo Diary: Pop Rocks – Hugi Film

Hey everyone. So lately I’ve been kinda of obsessed with “film cameras” specifically Hugi and Kuji. Which aren’t real film cameras… they are just APPs on your phone that make your photos look like they were taken back in the 90’s with light leaks and grain. Complete with a fake date in the corner… I have like 10 different ones but Hugi is the best followed by Kuji in case anyone wants to try them out 🙂

These first three were taken by Hugi. In addition to the nostalgic film look… Hello POP ROCKS! LOL. Unfortunately I actually lost both of them after taking these photos and never got to eat them 🙁 thankfully they were lost in my room and are still sealed so one day if they ever turn up again… LOL 😉

The rest of the photos were actually taken with a camera named 1998… which is strange because the year they use it 1996 and I spent almost 30 minutes yesterday trying to figure out which camera used 1998, thinking that logically it would be camera 1998… no. It’s actually Hugi that uses the 1998 date…

Also don’t judge me but I kinda went hog wild on taking these photos so there is quite a few of them… lol I ended up deleting the regular photos I took and opted to just use the “film” ones to post for my diary 😛

Yeah… I promise on my next nostalgic trip using photography I won’t take as many photos… which will be today with my cotton candy push pop 😀 I have lots of cool old skool candy on my hands hahah

Whew. Thankfully that’s finally the last one. Imagine if I had actually edited all the others I took with the normal camera. Aye way too many, I couldn’t even decide which ones to post!! Nor could I really decide which ones are my favorites either… some of them are really similar, yes, but even a slight change can take a photograph a long way.

So, what do you think? Is it film overkill? I should just stick to my real film diaries. I just haven’t had time to develop anything and with real disposable film cameras I tend to spread the photos out so it takes quite a while for me to finish the film roll in order to get it developed in the first place… ironically real film doesn’t even have the date. I mean some cameras did but not the disposable kind… I had a whole black and white roll once. That took years to go through because I don’t take black and white too often…

Anyways though, which one of these is your favorite? Do you have one or you can’t decide? Or you don’t like any of them? Let me know in the comments 🙂 xoxo

xx, Rose

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