When I said 'when you photograph girls', I am not referring to girl friends you have known for long, but girls you have never met before but wish to photograph them. There are quite a few things we need to remember so that both parties would feel comfortable shooting together.
Finally, Singapore! Sorry to keep you waiting, here it is! A Lomography Gallery Store is finally opening in Singapore and we got the lowdown on the big crazy opening party right here!
The Olympus Trip 35 is a cracking little camera that is capable of some stunning results from it's 40mm f/2.8 Zuiko lens. Here is a short guide for getting the best results from this camera.
Lomography Gallery Store is finally landing in Singapore in 10 days time, together let’s countdown the days to the opening with 10 flash rumbles for the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography! Today’s challenge is Rule #10!
Stunned by the romantic purplish pink tones that Lomograpgy X Tungsten 64 brings you after cross processing? Please take a deep breath, as you’re just about to dive into the cool blue ocean of its E-6 images!
Lomography's newest film is nothing short of a masterpiece! When I saw sample photos taken using this film, I decided that I should give the Lomography X Tungsten a try. It produces photos with an ethereal quality! Take a look at some street snapshots I took using this film and my Zenit EM.
Here's my second round of testing out the Lomography X Tungsten film! Since my first experience was not as great as I had hoped, I had low expectations for this next round... But boy, was I blown away! This film can really produce some quality, stunning, gorgeous and memorable photos. Buy some ASAP while you can!
Actually, before choosing the LC-Wide, I hesitated for quite some time. Do I really need a camera with such wide-angled lens? But, after looking through a lot of wonderful photos, I've finally decided that this is the one!
A walk around the town of Potong Pasir, a place of nostalgia and rustic charm.
I finally decided to try and develop my film rolls by myself. I did this since I wanted to try and cross-process my films easily. Find out how I did it!
The Smena 8M was an entry-level that was produced by the Soviet Union during the early 70s and is a manual toy camera -- A great tool for amateur photographers and to those who want to start photography!
Yielding a bluish (and sometimes, greenish-slash-yellowish) tones that are often quite unpredictable, let me say that this film is simply one of the best!
When it comes to black and white films, I often go for Ilford or Lucky. Lomography Earl Grey 100 was actually recommended by the staff in the camera shop and I bought it without hesitation thinking it would be fun to give it a try.
Whenever a new film comes out, or even an old one revisited, I like to try it out in my LC-A. My experience of shooting with the Lomography X Tungsten 64 35mm film was certainly interesting, from receiving the lively green developed film to seeing the range of gold, red, pink, and purple produced when cross-processed.
In my failed attempt to create fake tilt shift effect, I ended up with foggy, moody photos.
Panographs are simple and fun and there's a only a few guidelines to remember when making these stunning images.
Have you ever been fascinated by the aperture in your camera lenses, and wondered how they operate? If you have some time to spare, this is a simple project that mimics the mechanics of an aperture - using card and foam boards!
Creating fast moving photos at slow speed.
I got to know this slide film from the Lomography Online Store. I was really attracted to its colours of violet and indigo when I looked at the sample photos! But using negatives is like tasting food, you have to try it on your own to really know the essence within!
Converting your medium format camera into a 35mm one isn't new. However, I found a lack of resource as to how to accurately advance the knob and avoid film wastage. Hopefully, this tip will help other medium format camera owners figure out the number of turns you will need per exposure to make the most out of your 35mm roll.
After racking up a year of Instax Mini photos, I needed to find a solution for how to both display them and keep them out of the way. My solution was to create a custom coffee table using my favorite Instax shots.
A (Lomo) prophecy is being fulfilled! In a zombie apocalyptic world, you will have to leave all the modern day comforts behind. Are you ready to say goodbye to electricity and battery-powered electronic automation? Paper Light Meter will help you get properly exposed shots until the end of days.
The Yashica MAT 124G Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) camera is a fairly new TLR camera (made from 1970-1986). The lens on the camera produces stunning results and the convenience of a coupled needle-meter makes it a joy to use. It accepts both 120 and 220 film for 6x6 shots, so you get 12 or 24 shots on a roll of medium format film. G model has a all-black finish and gold-plated electrical contacts.
Yan Kit Swimming Complex is located along Yan Kit Road at Tanjong Pagar area. It opened in 1952 and was the second public swimming pool in Singapore. The pool has been closed since 2001 and is now abandoned.
You don't know what you're missing until it is attached to your LC-A+, and then you find it hard to take off! A true must-have accessory if you love your LC-A+, but it still leaves some things to be desired...
So, you have seen the awesome capabilities of the LC-W but just can’t afford one yet ,and anyway, you already have a fantastic LC-A+ that you love to bits. Then the LC-A+ Wide Angle Lens is exactly what you need in your arsenal.
An old slide film produced in Italy. This film expired more than 25 years ago. Result: a dream.
LC-A+ with the wide-angle lens are the perfect partners for me to walk around and shot the happy moments. A must have accessory for LC-A+.
Still missing the bluish and bright old Agfa CT Precisa? Getting used to the brand new green one? It doesn't really matter as it's still one of the best in town, seriously. So load your camera with this awesome film, rush outside and take awesome pictures as much as you like! :)
After running through 2 to 3 rolls in my LC-Wide shooting "normally", I wanted to try out the Half Frame mask and shoot some Half Frames shots! The results are just as fun and good!