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Posts Tagged ‘experiment’

Beneath The Surface by Miun

Written by • Jun 18th, 2013 • Category: Others
Miun (aka Noreen aka Norya) … a very talented friend of mine has been spending a lot of time exploring some very cool methods of experimenting with the Impossible Project films and deriving at really neat works. Come July and September 2013 … she will be exhibiting her works in Hong Kong and you guys definitely have to go check it out if you are there. I’m gonna bug her for a ticket to Hong Kong (plus beer and accomodation!)  for being her #1 fan! For more information about these… >> read more


Pack Film Light Leaks!

Written by • Jul 6th, 2012 • Category: Others
It was an ‘accident’ turned into some cool tip to add light leaks into pack films. Brian from Rural Decay shared me with this new trick that makes me wanna pick up some new film to experiment with. Here are some of the sample results from Brian … I like such photos (yeah … messy … madness … magic!). Click here to check out Brian’s video on how he ‘added’ the light leaks into the photos.  … >> read more


Jr. Scientist Toy Cam

Written by • May 29th, 2012 • Category: Toys
A friend (Lee Jiing … another photography addict) posted a photo of this plastic camera that comes with the Jr. Scientist magazine on Facebook and being curious (as usual) … I dropped him a message and he told me he found it at Toys R Us while shopping for toys for his kiddos. Toys R Us! Looking very much like another one of those Gakken DIY plastic cameras … I decided to pick one up to take a look … at least get it assembled for fun … and see… >> read more


Unmasking Negativity : How?

Written by • Oct 17th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
‘Unmasking Negativity : The Truth Beneath’ is part of the ‘Impossible Lessons’ exhibition where a handful of people get to showcase and share special ‘tricks’ and experiments done using the Impossible Project films and Spectra cameras. I was pretty lost in the beginning … not knowing what to do and neither had I any experiment in mind. Doing stuffs like double exposures seemed a little too common … so I decided to take a risk (and waste lots of film) and try something different. Perhaps it was just luck that… >> read more


Impossible Artist #1

Written by • Oct 7th, 2011 • Category: Others
This is the guy who ‘saved my life’ by replacing me as the first to go for the Impossible Lessons series of exhibition. I can’t wait to see his set of very interesting macro works done in an instant way! Lawrence Chiam Specimens – A Botanist’s Strange Encounters 10/10 – 15/10 “The wide format film for the Spectra camera is ideal for the curious scientist to document specimens of the strange yet beautiful world of the living organisms.” Check out more info on this talented Lomographer & the exhibition here.… >> read more


Out Of Time!

Written by • Sep 23rd, 2011 • Category: Others
Received a piece of good news last night … about my schedule to exhibit some photos / experiment (details available soon) being postponed to mid October. Someone else will get to kick off this cool exhibition for a week first. Phew! This leave me an extra week to get more done. Well … it is not that I will be having tons of photos for it but I’ve been getting some very ‘shocking’ results lately. Also having to divide my time between work, looking after Fitzand … and stealing some… >> read more


The Impossible Deadline?

Written by • Sep 2nd, 2011 • Category: Others
I’ve not been updating my blog lately. No … not because I’ve given up on all this fun and picked up fishing or playing Chinese chess with those uncles at Chinatown. I recently took up a challenge to be in some photography/camera project that is scheduled to start in October and I’ve been spending time experimenting, trying to lose the last few strands of hair on my head … thinking of some new ideas & stuffs for it. Today I received an email from the organizer telling me that there… >> read more


Experiments & Heartbreaks

Written by • Aug 22nd, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
As part of a series of experiments done in collaboration with those guys from ThirtySix, I squeezed out a little bit of my time during the weekend to play with a Polaroid Spectra camera & two packs of film. Unfortunately the initial few shots went to heaven as the experiment didn’t turn out well. Few more shots ended up in hell because for some weird reason … the film got jammed while the camera was ejecting it. I had no choice but to take out the pack of film and… >> read more


Failed But Happy

Written by • Aug 21st, 2011 • Category: Digital stuffs
This entry is supposed to be about 2 tests/experiments with film that I tried out today in between all the busy tasks … but unfortunately I screwed up one of them and still couldn’t figure out the second one. Well … I’ll try again tomorrow or another day. I’ll just post these few snapshots I took of Fitzand today while out shopping. He had a wonderful time as usual and I picked up a free Sony iPod/iPhone dock for him so that he can play his favorite songs from my… >> read more


Battlefield Pinhole Cam!

Written by • Jul 29th, 2011 • Category: Others
Came across this super duper awesome DIY camera tutorial … to make a ‘Battlefield Pinhole Camera’ by photographer Steven Monteau and thought maybe some of you might wanna build something similar. I was going ‘whoaaaa!’ and itching to try it out but I’ve hardly got enough free time to work on these fun projects lately. 🙁 Anyway … the camera takes 3 rolls of 35mm film and exposes them simultaneously! I’ve seen some photos taken with 2 35mm strips on a Holga but this one … 3 rolls … and… >> read more