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Just discovered your blog and just wanted to say that you're such an inspiration Will definitely follow your adventures from now on! Keep film alive!
-Oda from Norway
Thu, 22 September 2011 03:13:19 +0000
ndroo says : I am using an Epson V500. I don't think this scanner can be compared to those used by the pro services out there ... unless the lab you went to ... ermm ... sucks. :D
Hi, I just bought a new Diana Instant Back but turned out a lot of failed pictures. I found 1 of your post is about Diana Instant Back photo which is really nice, would you like to teach how you shoot it? I feel real bad looking at all my over/underexposed pictures. T.T
ndroo says : The Diana & Instant Back ain't really an easy combo to work with. I've had bad shots as well. Anyway I'll drop you an email. Let's see if we can figure out how to better use the combo.
I thank you for the info on the SLR Magic Extension Tube. Right now, I'm debating as to whether I want to spend that much money on it or just get some generic extension tubes for much cheaper and what the quality of the SLR Magic Tube is!? Anyways, thank you! :)
ndroo says : No worries. Glad you find it helpful. I'm not sure what's the price of a generic extension tube for M43 but if I am not wrong, those are of fixed length. Correct me if I am wrong. I've used extension tubes for DSLRs in the past and they came in a few fixed length that I had to swap depending on the working distance/magnification I wanted. This one from SLR Magic can be extended (as you might have read from my review). This means, you just turn ring to extend it and you have instant change of working distance/magnification. Hope this helps.
Just happened to chance on your blog after visiting Mijonju's Quite a fan, now that I've seen your pictures. & as it turns out, a fellow Singaporean! Your pictures have given me hope that there are places to shoot in Singapore... Being in this country is rather limited - we don't have fanciful architecture like the Europeans with their large castles and grassland, all we have are mostly tall buildings.
But great to see a fellow lomographer from the tiny island that we call Singapore. (not in China!)
Hopefully i can check you out on lomography too
I've been a silent reader of your website for a while now, and I must say I'm inspired by your photography. You seem to make film photography look so easy. Well, yeah, in a way, it is...but the results aren't always great. By the way, do you know of any local lomographers' blogs that I should check out? Would love to add them to my blogroll.
@theanalogdork : Thanks for the kind words. Well ... I've never felt film photography is easy though. Hahaha! There are always disappointments and heartbreaks but then it is all in the name of fun. Local Lomographers? Many! I can't recall all of them but there are very good ones like cyanwater (my idol aka Queen Cindy), renaishashin, lawypop to mention a few. You can check out their lomohomes in Lomography's website. ;)
Tue, 8 February 2011 13:22:36 +0000