Mixing signature polaroid shots with modern digital photos, this insider's slice of London life will appeal both to those living half a mile from Big Ben and Anglophiles anywhere.
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. With instant film once again available, Polaroids and other instant cameras are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. This friendly and informative guide is the essential how-to book for shooting gorgeous instant pictures with personal panache and a touch of romance. Chronicle Books.
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Used book in Good Condition. Author susannah conway uncovered this process following a tragedy—the sudden death of the man she loved. This is a guidebook of sorts, a collection of thoughts and theories, each chapter culminating in a small creative exercise for the reader to reflect upon and apply to her own life.
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