*dances like a drunk uncle at a wedding to an imaginary James Brown song* I finally got there. Woo! Ok, not the best picture in the world. The plan was to take a picture or Pickles (or dog) in front of the dogs (we have two) house. It was the first time I've used the camera and I didn't frame the house very well. The battery which must be over tens years old seems to be fine. It was a struggle to get Pickles to stay still. When it looked liked she was happy I pressed the shutter. At exactly the same time she moved. You can see her as a dark blob at the bottom left. The two white blobs are her feet. :mrgreen: I took the print out of the camera and got confused as to what to do with it. So I started pulling it apart and as bits came off in my hand I worked out what I was supposed to do. I did forget to give it enough time to develop. Instead of the 90 seconds it should have got, it got 30 (ish). It's got an orange hue to it. I left it over night and started the transfer process this morning. It's really easy isn't it? I did plan to use rice paper but it turns out that the packet I bought has vanished. So I got my sister to buy some last night. She came home with wafer paper. It goes sloppy and sticky when wet. I have thought of a way to use it though, so may give it a try. Instead I used some old paper. I used a hair drier as I'm impatient. A ruler was used to tear the edges around the photo. I've scanned it in so those creases and folds aren't really visible when it's in your hands. So, erm, here it is. It's a shame about the subject, but I think it's not that bad for a first go.