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  • Holiday in Hanoi (Vietnam)

    Holiday in Hanoi (Vietnam)
    We, together with family traveled and enjoyed the unforgettable holiday for a few days in the town of Hanoi, Vietnam.
  • Fuji Velvia (120, 50 iso) User-Review

    Fuji Velvia (120, 50 iso) User-Review
    Expired Film Are Miracle! I loaded with the expired Fujichrome Velvia 120 with ISO50 into my Holga camera and the results came out with unexpected.
  • Fishy LC-A

    Fishy LC-A
    Double exposures with your Fisheye & LC-A camera.
  • Fuji Sensia (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    Fuji Sensia (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review
    My story of Fuji Sensia since the year of 2007
  • The Earth is Round with the Horizon

    The Earth is Round with the Horizon
    Get those curved landscapes or objects by using your Horizon Perfekt camera!
  • Streets of Hat Yai

    Streets of Hat Yai
    Seems I’m the nationality of Malaysia for almost 25 years now, 6th of January 2008 was the first day I stepped in Thailand. Local people says “What a wasted!? Stay in Malaysia but have never been to Thailand?” Why are they saying that? It’s because Thailand is one of the most nearest country to Malaysia.
  • Morib Beach

    Morib Beach
    I have been to Morib Beach (Pantai Morib in Malay) since I was in a secondary school. That time I did not have any camera and nothing that could help me to capture the memories. Until I fell in love with Lomography, I took this opportunity to go to this beach again together with my dearest family, my lovely Lomo & SLR camera.
  • Hong Kong Heritage Museum

    Hong Kong Heritage Museum
    Hong Kong, one of the most beautiful skyline in this planet! I, together with my fellow Lomographers had visited to this country last few months. And I still never forget their daily walk-of-life and cultures.
  • Agfa Pro Pack (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    Agfa Pro Pack (35mm, 200 iso) user-review
    I Love Agfa Pro Pack: After seeing much of the contrast, vivid and high saturation photos of a cross-processed film, It’s about time for some natural, sort of original colour- toned pictures for me to see that will somehow cool down my eyesight.
  • Klang

    Klang
    Come to Klang, located in Selangor! The thriving urban town is full of modern facilities but has refined attractive pockets of traditional and environmental charm. Klang is the place where I was born. I should call this place as my hometown or my sweet home.
  • Semenyih Dam

    Semenyih Dam
    Do you love fishing? Actually fishing was not my real hobby. My boss is the one who knows fishing very well and often takes me to fish. Semenyih is a small town located in Selangor, Malaysia. It shares its name with Semenyih River, which is the main river passing near the town.
  • Dataran Merdeka

    Dataran Merdeka
    My first LomoOuting started here, the Dataran Merdeka. It is located in Kuala Lumpur, the largest city of Malaysia. "Dataran" means "square". Meanwhile "Merdeka" is the most powerful word for every country, which means "independence".
  • Wat Chetawan

    Wat Chetawan
    Wesak Day Festival. If you are looking for a festive holiday with your Lomo cameras, Thai Buddhist Wat Chetawan Temple is the right place that you have to visit. Wat Chetawan is located in Petaling Jaya, a satellite city in the state of Selangor Darul Ehsan. What is so wonderful about it? Wat Chetawan is one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia. I last visited this place during the Buddhist largest festive celebration day named Wesak Day.
  • Alor Setar

    Alor Setar
    Alor Setar, the place surrounded by huge rice fields. Travelling by car from Kuala Lumpur (Capital of Malaysia) will take you about 5 hours instead of 12 hours with a journey by train. But as a Lomographer, I prefer using train. Don't you? I went there once really early in the morning, just after the sunrise. You will see designed lamp posts along the street. These design represent the flag & history of Alor Setar. The air was so fresh, the sky was so gorgeous and the sun was so hot! I took my brunch at an old, clean and cheap "kopitiam" (coffee shop in Chinese). The food is just delicious. Don't forget to eat and shoot there! The ambience is just good for shooting. Few miles away, you will see some historical buildings. Muslim is the main religion in our country. Of course, mosque is the place for muslims to pray everyday. From city to town, from town to village. Here we go, the rice fields. I love huge, spacious and green scenery, because I cannot see this in my city anymore. My camera just couldn't stop shooting. Not many cars, little noise, just only green and blue colours in my sight. The "kampung" (village in Malaysian) is just in peace every day. Local people used to call the hill near their houses as The Elephant Hill. It just looks like a giant elephant lying on the ground. According to the local history, that hill was in the past a living-place for elephants. The Elephant Hill really looks good and is well-known. Besides just "green and blue", you can also find combination of "blue & blue" which means "sea & sky".
  • Malacca Town

    Malacca Town
    Malacca is known as the historic state in Malaysia. It is also the third smallest state, after Perlis and Penang, and located on the south-western coast of Malay Peninsula, opposite Sumatra. You need to travel roughly about 150 kilometers away from the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. 2 hours express bus will take you there easily. One of the most historical landmarks here is the town itself named Malacca Town (Bandar Melaka). If you take your own car to this place, all you need to do is just find a parking place and take a walk together with your lovely cameras. I am sure that one or two rolls of films are just not enough for you. When I reached the town last time, it was just lunch time.