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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, Β 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


Belair For Christmas!

Written by • Oct 19th, 2012 • Category: Others
This is probably one of the most exciting camera from Lomography! The Belair camera! Received a newsletter with an offer to do a pre-order with 30% off and I went ‘whoaaaa!’ when I saw them. The specs looks yummy too! Specs taken from their website says … – A totally original medium-format camera with automatic shutter settings. – Takes breathtaking 6×12 panoramic photos as well as 6×6 square format and 6×9 photos. – Exchangeable lens system for experimentation and flexibility. – High quality lenses crafted by an experienced optics team.… >> read more


Seeing Red After Beer

Written by • Jul 22nd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
The roll (of disaster) that was halfway scanned (a roll of Lomo redscale 120) from some weeks back became an eyesore on my desk … so I decided to scan the surviving shots and get over it as soon as possible. Yeah … this was the roll I shot (with my Diana F+) not long ago … during an ‘outing’ with Jimmy (from ThirtySix). Most of the shots from this roll turned out underexposed. πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™ Note to self : Do not drink beer before taking photographs! Hehehe! I’m… >> read more


Sardina Re-lovin

Written by • Jun 11th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
Here’s another roll of film that has been ‘fermenting’ in a camera for some time. This time … it is a roll of Lomography 100 negatives in my La Sardina. The La Sardina has been one of my favorite Lomography camera! Was lucky to have some light leaks thrown in for a couple of shots. πŸ˜€ Since around 99% of my free time is spent with Fitzand … the little boss’s face appears in quite many frames (again). Hmm … I can’t recall when I loaded this roll of film… >> read more


Diana Returns!

Written by • May 24th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
Friends found it hard to believe when I told them that I shot only about a roll of 120 on my Diana F+ and maybe 15 frames on my LC-A+ during my recent vacation to Taiwan. It is not that I wasn’t trigger happy but … the *cough cough* truth is … I was spending too much time playing with the X-Pro1. Okay … let’s not talk about the X-Pro1 for now. There were some frames left in a roll that I loaded into my Diana F+ and it was… >> read more


The MUBI Poison

Written by • May 23rd, 2012 • Category: Others
After resisting getting one (or more) of those very delicious looking stripey yummy edition of the La Sardina (the Diana F+ clones are already sending me to my grave), my weak ol’ heart was put to test again when I saw this very sleek version of the Lomokino lately. The MUBI edition! Isn’t it sexy??!! It’s the perfect match – Lomography have joined forces with MUBI to bring you the first LomoKino special edition. Featuring the signature of the Palme D’Or winning Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the LomoKino MUBI Edition is… >> read more


Leftover T64

Written by • Mar 10th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
A leftover roll from a recent short outing with Cyanwater. Shot using my Bronica ETRSi with the 135W back … and a roll of Lomography X Tungsten 64 fim … * click on these images for a larger version I’m pretty addicted to using this camera with the 35mm back but today … I decided to whip out my 220 film back and loaded a roll of negatives it in. That’s one of the few rolls of 220 film I have … given to me by the guy who sold… >> read more


Perhaps The Last Post

Written by • Mar 2nd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
Not sure if I’ll live to see tomorrow after posting some of these images that has the face of an iconic Lomographer here in Singapore. Hehehehe! Hahahaha! She’ll definitely turn up at my door in an hour or so with a chainsaw after seeing these … therefore this might just be my last blog post. Anyway … to prolong my life a little … here are some ‘safer’ photos I took yesterday after an appointment with the dentist. I actually shot a roll of IR black & white film but… >> read more


So Want These!

Written by • Feb 9th, 2012 • Category: Others
Personally … I think these are two of the most beautiful cameras Lomography ever created. Really! Now that’s my personal opinion … maybe because I love how raw they look. Lomography … why do you have to do this? Even if you have to do it … why do two of them at the same time?!!! I ain’t got a piggy in my Lomography account and I still need to keep some money for beer! Duh! When I first saw the Coyote … I told myself ‘Okay … get this… >> read more


Mojo Came Home

Written by • Jan 4th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
“I lost my mojo!” That’s what happened for the last couple of months when I somehow felt like I was losing the ‘mood’ to shoot with my Lomo cams. Well … it wasn’t that I was going back to shooting only digital but there was just something that was fading away. Then came year end and I told myself that I’ll need to find the mojo back … or I’ll burn all my Lomo cameras. Hahaha! I was joking about the burning part though. πŸ˜› So came 1st January and… >> read more