Posts Tagged ‘gr21’

One Roll, Three Countries

Written by • May 1st, 2013 • Category: Fun with film

The title of this entry (One Roll, Three Countries) may sound like some cool project I did but honestly … it is just a simple title to describe this roll of Neopan 400 loaded into my GR21 when I was in Japan early this year. As I have been struck by some strange illness called […]



Korea 2013 In Analogue

Written by • Apr 23rd, 2013 • Category: Lead Story

Despite my attempt to shoot more rolls of film this trip,  I ended up coming back with only a couple of rolls. This first roll is a Lomography Tunsten 64 cross processed and shot using my precious Ricoh GR21. To be honest … I am trying hard to get back my trigger happy ways. I […]



Drops Of Miracle

Written by • Jan 15th, 2013 • Category: Fun with film

This is a roll of Fujifilm Neopan 400 that I thought would never see the light of day. It is the 2nd test roll that I fed to the Ricoh GR21 in Japan and the roll was left in my drawer for months as I had run out of developer and just couldn’t find time […]



GR21 – Test Roll 1

Written by • Nov 24th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film

Loaded a roll of expired Neopan 400 the moment I bought my GR21 in Tokyo last week. As the weather was a little cranky … one day of sun and another day of drizzle … I thought it will be good to be safe and shoot with the ISO400 film to test out the camera. […]



The Damages

Written by • Nov 17th, 2012 • Category: Toys

We decided to skip the trip to the Bandai museum as I read that it only opens to pubic on weekends and Fitzand is only interested to check out the Power Rangers stuffs. As an alternative, we brought him to Hakuhinkan Toy Park near Ginza … one of the largest and best toy stores here […]



The Pocket Cam

Written by • Sep 23rd, 2010 • Category: Fun with film

Compact cameras like the Natura Classica ain’t exactly compact to me. That’s because they won’t fit into my pocket (although empty 🙁 ) easily. Some months ago I picked up an used GR10 that was in minty condition for slightly less than S$200 and decided to use that as my everyday camera that I can […]