My Fave Photos Using the La Sardina Camera

Long live this little sardine can!

I still have no money to fix my broken La Sardina. Meanwhile, here are a few of my fave photos using my *La Sardina* camera.

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The train and the railway look so thrash metal hahaha! This was taken while I was very thirsty at a Lomowalk during Ramadhan month a couple of years ago.

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Many people thought it was beer but it isn’t. I’m Muslim so I don’t consume alcohol. It’s just tea with sugar! I realized that too much sugar is not good for the body.

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Cotton candy cloud is so yummy and delectable for me, that’s why I did this silly selfie with the La Sardina.

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Even though I rarely shoot with my La Sardina at night because I don’t have a *Fritz the Blitz* flash, I think that this photo is exceptional. Yeah, I know it’s a very chaotic, underexposed, blurry and unfocused stage photo but still I love this Fariz RM gig stage shot!

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Don’t think just shoot, as simple as that mantra “Makala kahay, makala kahay…”

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I did a film swap with Nina Golob Kovalinca aka *lomonina* from Svabicena, Ljubljana, Slovenia and requested her to snap the snow. I’m very happy to get the result!

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Spending too much time at the mosque made many Indonesian teenagers judge other teenagers as “boring good kids” but I don’t mind. I got this beautiful afternoon sun light because of that.

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Life after death is so peaceful while life on the side of the living is stressful…

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It was a boring day so I used a Splitzer. I did it again and again and again and again…

written by hervinsyah on 2014-07-11 in #lifestyle #south-east-asia #indonesia #tenggara #jawa #barat #hervinsyah #java #west #camera #la-sardina #bandung

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