Posts Tagged ‘impossible lessons’

Unmasking Negativity : Pics

Written by • Oct 23rd, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
A week sure zapped by fast and the 1 week exhibition of my ‘Unmasking Negativity’ at ThirtySix comes to an end. For those who didn’t make it there for the exhibition, here are the photos … This one above was the first photo that made it into this set. If you haven’t already read about it earlier, these are negatives from the Impossible Project’s PZ680 film and they were bleached to obtain this blue-ish and weird negative results. It wasn’t really easy coming out with these photos as I had… >> read more


40 A Pop

Written by • Oct 9th, 2011 • Category: Others
Woke up this morning to receive a message from a friend saying that ‘you are quoted in the papers!’. So I picked up the Sunday Times to check out what’s going on … just to find that there is an article about the Impossible Project films. I did a short interview with them some weeks back regarding it but being shy by nature (don’t laugh!) … I refused to have photos of my fat face taken grinning with the cameras for it. The talented Noreen (aka Miun) was the ultimate… >> 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