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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 had my LC-A+ with me but it saw only a handful of exposures before going back into my bag. I think I might have just picked the right film to load … as the cherry… >> read more


Pretty In Pink & Purple

Written by • Nov 2nd, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
Ran over to ThirtySix a few days before my Hong Kong trip to pick up a pack of the Lomography X Tungsten 64 film … thinking I could give it a test run during the trip. Unfortunately I was too busy entertaining my little one that I hardly had the time (and mood) to shoot much. Anyway … here are the photos from the roll of Tungsten film. As per what I read & saw online … this film is pretty cool … with a little randomness when it comes… >> read more


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 bring around … and be my workhorse. I know there are some yummier alternatives like the GR21 (damn … I saw someone selling one lately) or the GR1v … but I need something cheap, something… >> read more


Random Rubbish

Written by • Aug 27th, 2009 • Category: Fun with film
This roll has been sitting in my LC-A+ for quite a while now, and finally I’ve completed it and got it scanned. It is a roll of ISO64 slides that has been expired many years ago. The colors turned out pretty weird and random as you can probably see. As I was scanning these, some ‘evil being’ came along (on MSN messenger) and showed me some of his newly shot photos using some XYZ slides (we’ll talk about that some other day) cross-processed and the results were awesome! That made… >> read more