As street shooters, we Lomographers want to be able to deliver great documentaries and photo essays through our photos. One of the best ways to do this is with the acronym EDFAT. Check out what it means after the jump!
Steal away to Mui Ne from Ho Chi Minh this weekend to enjoy the summer!
Paris is the eternal city, a postcard of nostalgia and dream. There are so many beautiful spots that feel straight out of a cliché from an old movie. Picking a favorite spot is hard. But I suppose I must pick the one where I literally fell in love.
A trip to Europe is on the top of most of our bucket lists, but very few of us have the chance to travel with our busy lives. Luckily for us, there are other ways you can experience Europe without jetting thousands of miles away from home.
This is my first time I left my home for a quite long time. It’s because my college (my major, actually) required me to do a short internship in another town, about 470 miles away from my hometown. Read about it after the jump!
I have no intention of planting my roots just yet and I have seriously been considering leaving LA but she makes it so hard for me to leave her.
During the whole of 2012 I travelled. I spent the year exploring new places, discovering Lomography on the way. But, coming home was the hardest thing. Could analogue save the day?
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday...and yeah! It's finally weekend, which are my analogue days. With my favorite analogue cameraa and films, I make the weekends shine.
Legoland Malaysia is a newly-opened theme park in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia with interactive rides, shows and attractions -- perfect for that spring break getaway with your friends and loved ones!
Question: How do I incorporate analogue in my life aside from shooting film? Answer: Photo Journalling.
I just can't separate my analogue passion with my daily life. Actually, my daily life is so full of analogue activities right now. Read about my daily life after the jump!
There's this book that I love. It neither holds revelations about our existence nor engages in a discussion about the state of the world. It’s not extraordinarily smart nor is it brilliantly creative. Nonetheless, I hold it in very high regard.
Adding yet another camera to your collection is always fun and exciting. As your collection keeps growing the problem becomes finding a proper place to store them. My camera collection found a beautiful home in my liquor cabinet.
In cities, winter is something to be endured, but life goes on. Out in our wilderness, though, the world itself seems to freeze, letting us capture these rare moments in time.
It’s like a film-hoarder’s wet dream.
I had this week’s article written and ready for publishing two weeks before my deadline but a lot has happened since then so I decided to write an entirely different article, one that would be more fitting. I also dusted off my trusty Mamiya C330 so I could capture the sense of this piece on film.
Okay, this may be cheesy. It's about my love story. Even if this is quite personal, I think I will share it to show you how big Lomography's part in my life is.
My discovery of Lomography and the love affair I have with it is definitely of self-discovery. Looking back at how it started, I can say it's the best thing I've ever spent my time and money on.