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  • #16820374

    shared by ogaio on 2012-08-20

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  • #17225374

    shared by ogaio on 2012-10-13

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  • May I LomoMatrix with You, Singapore?

    written by lomographysg on 2012-05-11 in #events
    May I LomoMatrix with You, Singapore?

    You've seen the whacky videos from Hong Kong, London, Berlin, Paris, Slovakia... Let's add Singapore to the list, shall we? So whip out your 35mm camera and join Lomography Singapore for a day of exceptional analogue fun under the sun!

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  • The Lomography Win Your Wishlist

    written by mayeemayee on 2012-03-09 in #competitions
    The Lomography Win Your Wishlist

    Are you desiring something so badly in our Online Shop? Is it the LomoKino? The LC-Wide perhaps? A La Sardina sounds pretty neat, too!

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  • The Theory and Psychology of Framing Your Image

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-01-22 in #gear #tipster
    The Theory and Psychology of Framing Your Image

    Today, we’re taking a look at the theory and psychology behind the size, framing, and visual weight of different elements in your photographic composition. You’d be surprised how much there is to learn about this choice, and the impact your decision can have!

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  • From Digital to a Whole New World of Photography

    written by reneefee on 2011-11-07 in #lifestyle
    From Digital to a Whole New World of Photography

    There are debates everywhere about what’s better, film or digital. This is just my opinion on the subject. I was a little iffy at first but when I later tried film, it was a whole new perspective.

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  • LOL! LOL CAM!

    written by fitzand on 2011-03-10 in #reviews
    LOL! LOL CAM!

    There is nothing better than to receive a fun disposable camera as laughable as this! This is quite a camera you would enjoy indeed!

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  • Meet the Lomography Singapore team!

    written by lomographysg on 2012-01-04 in #news
    Meet the Lomography Singapore team!

    Hi, we are the newly formed Lomography Singapore team. We would like you to know more about us, and vice versa. We are a small but cozy group of bandits and we would like to be your friends!

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  • #14364945

    shared by meerly on 2011-09-30

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    shared by meerly on 2011-09-30

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    shared by meerly on 2011-09-30

  • Night Traffic and How to Do It

    written by pvalyk on 2011-12-08 in #gear #tipster
    Night Traffic and How to Do It

    Everybody loves those night shots of a street with straight lights -- this is the effect created by headlights of cars.

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  • Diana + 35mm Back Headless Shots? Not Anymore!

    written by domo-guy on 2011-12-13 in #gear #tipster
    Diana + 35mm Back Headless Shots? Not Anymore!

    Got a Diana and a 35mm back but keep ending up with your favourite grandma's head in half? Here's a quick tip to fix that.

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  • How to Scan Film Without a Film Scanner

    written by a1con on 2011-12-12 in #gear #tipster
    How to Scan Film Without a Film Scanner

    If you're just starting in analogue photography, like me, it's probable you don't own a film scanner. Well, no worries, I found a cheap way to scan your film using your old multifunctional scanner or any other simple scanner.

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  • 30 Ways to Hack Your Next Roll of Film

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-12-13 in #gear #tipster
    30 Ways to Hack Your Next Roll of Film

    One of the things that we look forward to when shooting with film is the result. Seeing the photos is always a surprise as we never know what exactly we're going to get. Here are some tips that you could use to hack your next roll of film.

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  • #14748541

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-21

    I am no big fan of popular culture icon Lady Gaga. And the little that I know about her is that she sports these shocking costumes and props everytime she appears on big event. Thus, she always gets media attention. Anyway these are doubles on her image with street vignettes which I took on the way to an outreach performance to flood-affected communities in Macabebe, Pampanga. What is more important for me about this set is the experiment on bleaching my film. I guess the freckled frames of an earlier album are the manifestation of the effects of the bleach reacting to the film material. I would suspect that I finished the process too early that freckled effects were not overwhelmingly pronounced in this set. These shots were latter exposures so when the film was rewound, they were in the inner loop (ie., they got much less direct contact with the chemicals as compared to the ones in the earlier shots). I think I was conservative and cautious with this bleaching process. Maybe next time I'll prolong the process a little bit.

  • By the Decade: Toys From the 1950's

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-12-02 in #lifestyle
    By the Decade: Toys From the 1950's

    In this new edition of the 'By the Decade' series, we'll be looking back at some of the toys that we loved as children. Here are 5 toys from the 1950's.

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  • Lomography Gallery Store Singapore Grand Opening - that's all, folks!

    written by lomographysg on 2011-12-06 in #news
    Lomography Gallery Store Singapore Grand Opening - that's all, folks!

    It's been a total blast! The party is almost over... or is it?

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  • #14748548

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-21

    I am no big fan of popular culture icon Lady Gaga. And the little that I know about her is that she sports these shocking costumes and props everytime she appears on big event. Thus, she always gets media attention. Anyway these are doubles on her image with street vignettes which I took on the way to an outreach performance to flood-affected communities in Macabebe, Pampanga. What is more important for me about this set is the experiment on bleaching my film. I guess the freckled frames of an earlier album are the manifestation of the effects of the bleach reacting to the film material. I would suspect that I finished the process too early that freckled effects were not overwhelmingly pronounced in this set. These shots were latter exposures so when the film was rewound, they were in the inner loop (ie., they got much less direct contact with the chemicals as compared to the ones in the earlier shots). I think I was conservative and cautious with this bleaching process. Maybe next time I'll prolong the process a little bit.

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  • #12200168

    shared by maryrobinson on 2010-11-29

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  • #14824027

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the second of two albums.

  • #14823979

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the second of two albums.

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  • #14823984

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

  • #14824008

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the second of two albums.

  • Countdown to Lomography Gallery Store Singapore Rumble #7!

    written by saysaysay on 2011-12-05 in #competitions
    Countdown to Lomography Gallery Store Singapore Rumble #7!

    Lomography Gallery Store is finally landing in Singapore in 4 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 #4!

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    shared by xian on 2011-12-01

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    shared by xian on 2011-08-11

  • #14824021

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

  • #14824011

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

  • #14823978

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

  • #14824024

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

  • #14824014

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    At the prime of his music career in the 80s Boy George was so brave to brake taboos packaging himself a transvestite rocker complete with fedora hat, thick make up like a geisha and usually in loose trench coat. He looked more a she than a he and sometimes more a he than a she - a look that was very transgressive at that time. Yet the eccentric Boy George gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of chart topping new Romantic British rock band The Culture Club. With hits like Do You Really Want To Hurt Me and Karma Chameleon, his androgynous persona and his band's brand of music combining new wave and soul catapulted him into international stardom. In honor of my youthful memories of the 80s, I did these triples of Boy George against rainbow textures and street vignettes. And in sync with transgression, I tried to destroy my film by giving it a vinegar bath. Cheers to George! This is the first of two albums.

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  • Lomography Singapore is Dishing Out Free Shots!

    written by saysaysay on 2011-11-22 in #news
    Lomography Singapore is Dishing Out Free Shots!

    Attention all Singaporeans! Get ready with your best smiles because Lomography Singapore is giving out free shots!

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  • The Queen

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-11-26

    I painted the Diana a while back and then left it on the side for a while. But I had free time today so I dusted it off and added to it. I'd love to hear what you all think! What's your interpretation of this painting?

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  • Grand Opening of Lomography Gallery Store Singapore!

    written by saysaysay on 2011-11-25 in #events
    Grand Opening of Lomography Gallery Store Singapore!

    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!

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  • #14562192

    shared by blue-0610 on 2011-10-27

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  • No model Please

    shared by sondyy on 2011-11-03

    hunting with lomo friend in car free day

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  • #14021651

    shared by t0m7 on 2011-08-13

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  • #14593852

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-10-31

    A lot of splitting, a lot of flipping, lots of exposures. A whole lot of Fun..

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  • Industrial Complex

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-08-09

    used a half ND (neutral density) filter.

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  • There would have been more colour shots, but 1.…

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-10-24

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  • #14541329

    shared by cc-in-paris on 2011-10-24

    summer shots with la sardina

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  • Visit to the Golden Gate Bridge!

    shared by dabai on 2011-10-26

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  • #14642443

    shared by cryve on 2011-11-07

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  • Legs

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-11-07

    Attempted self doubles with galaxy photos with the computer screen. Unfortunately the day time photos completely wiped out the stars. But the night shots came out quite nicely. I'll have to try this again!

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  • Quadricolor + Transgunner

    shared by zenline on 2011-11-07

    You can see the other photos on my blog : http://grainofmind.blogspot.com/2011/10/quadricolor-transgunner-mjc-picaud.html

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  • #14637828

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2011-11-06

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  • #14640549

    shared by warning on 2011-11-07

    Working day in the "Jarama Vintage Festival"

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  • my first roll of supersampler

    shared by albeelee on 2011-11-08

    some first layer photos was covered

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  • Day 2 is rainy :( we spent a whole afternoon to…

    shared by albeelee on 2011-11-09

    the tree is BEAUTIFUL! isn't?!

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