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If you're one of my LomoHome friends or followers, chances are, you've read a good number of my articles that have appeared on your feed. It's been nearly two years since I started writing regularly for the Lomography Magazine, and I think it's about time for me to reach out to one of the most important components of my writing stint: YOU.

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I believe that a writer without a reader is like a performer without an audience: sad, pitiful, and pointless. Among the challenges faced by writers is being able to sustain his or her reader’s interest, and admittedly, it may be something that I need to work on.

Now, I would like to take this chance to read/hear/know what you have to say. What do you like or dislike about my articles that you’ve read? Has any of my articles made an impact on your life or helped you as a lomographer? Are there any topics that you wish I have or have not written about? What would you want to see me write about in the near future?

Now that you’ve managed to read this far, you now have 24 hours to send me a reply. Just kidding, but of course, I would very much want for you to share with me your thoughts on this!

written by plasticpopsicle

2 comments

  1. clownshoes

    clownshoes

    I like the short and to the point ones.

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  2. uncle_jay

    uncle_jay

    Helloo.... you have written many great stories. But here are my 5 favorite stories of yours that I like, in no particular order:

    1. A 10 Step Guide to Superb Minimalist Photography
    2. Packing Tips for the Analogue Traveler
    3. Tips for Analogue Travelers
    4. Snapping Silhouettes: Playing with Darkness and Light
    5. Yashica Electro 35 GSN: My Redscale Buddy

    Why? Cos they give me ideas and tips for my next photo walk. :)

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