It was my first visit to Universal Studios last October during the "Helloween". Universal Studios Singapore held, not a costume party but turned the streets of New York into zombies galore to make you feel what it’s like to be trapped in a horror film as you run for your life in a "Carn-EVIL" of crazed clowns.
The event is designed to recreate your worst fears at the first-ever Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore. Mutated zombies roaming around to scare the visitors, mad scientists, and most of the horror characters which meant I couldn’t stop my trigger happy moment with my LC-A+ in hand.
I got to see most of my all-time favourite horror characters; like The Mummy, The Reaper, the scene from 28 Days Later, IT the Clown, and more SICK characters!
Florian Reischauer’s LomoHome isn’t the only thing he’s known for in the Lomography community. The photographer is also regarded for his series “Pieces of Berlin,” which started as a popular blog and formed the pages of his own book. His latest series “Grüß Gott- A Fairy Tale” takes its turn center stage and is slated to appear in a solo exhibition at the Deutsches Haus at the University of New York.
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written by Kwyn Kenaz Aquino on 2015-05-25 in #gear#news
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