Posts Tagged ‘chrome’

Doubles, Doubles On The Wall

Written by • Apr 26th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
Probably the roll that was left fermenting for the longest time in my LC-A+. It was a roll I prepared for a double exposure … probably end of last year and then couldn’t find time to finish shooting it until now. It is pretty fun looking at the photos and go ‘Whoa! That was taken sometime in February this year!’. Here are the messy (I love mess!) photos … This one below was taken at the 2011 Chingay parade rehearsal. Oh man … how time flies! The first exposure in… >> read more


Finally My Submissions!

Written by • Apr 26th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
Phew! Finally managed to finish a roll for the ’36 In 12′ challenge. Some of you might remember the tragic story of my roll on the day of the challenge … so this one is a re-shoot a couple of days ago. It was a babysitting day as wifey had to go get some stuffs done  and thus you will see many photos of my little boss. Hahaha! I made a mistake of loading a ISO100 film because lighting was bad in some scenes and having to quickly snap a… >> read more


Strip In Strips

Written by • Feb 13th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
Frankly … I was almost bored to death during my trip to Malaysia for the Lunar New Year recently. Luckily I managed to get my dad to make a trip to the store to get me a prepaid internet access SIM card. However … I was still super busy having to look after Fitzand and trying to recover from hangovers. 😛 In between these stuffs … I finished a roll of the Lomo Chrome 100 Xpro film (in a week). It was actually meant to be a roll of ‘first… >> read more


POPping Nine

Written by • Oct 20th, 2009 • Category: Fun with film
Last Saturday … on the 17 October … was the World Toy Camera Day. Despite being really busy that day, I managed to squeeze out two rolls on my toy cams and got one of them developed today. The other roll is supposed to be for a doubles collaboration with a friend. It did took me a while to decide which camera to use that day because I wanted something compact so that I can squeeze it in my pocket while going around doing my chores. The POP9 cam ended… >> read more