Sprocketed photos always shout to me (and others) that they're taken using 35mm film! Raw, undefined, and looks super great in almost all photos. Since the launch of Sprocket Rocket, I have never traveled without it! Landscapes, portraits, and moving vehicles are my best shots with the Sprocket Rocket. I do wedding shoots in sprockets too!
Sprocket Rocket was a gift for my 28th birthday by awesome friends. I try to travel as much as possible during my off days and annual leaves, so I travelled with the Sprocket Rocket!
I swear by this camera, it’s one of the best things ever invented! Panoramic, ultra wide angled, and super light! What more do you want for a camera to travel with? It’s super easy. No batteries needed, no focusing; load up and JUST SHOOT!
Lets start with my travel journeys in 2011 with Sprocket Rocket!
Chiang Mai, Thailand
My birthday trip (I’m a May baby!) was in Chiang Mai and I went to stay in an Elephant Farm! It was one of the most rewarding trips, EVER!
I was attached to this 25 year old female elephant named “Mae Bhun Dee”; a Giant animal yet such a gentle creature. We had immediate connection and for full 8 hours I was with her, bathing her, scrubbing her, feeding her, and hiking with her! Damn, I miss Mae Bhun Dee!
And of course, Chiangmai has awesome landscapes for me to snap with Sprocket Rocket!
Penang was a super random trip, and more of a glutton escapade! All we did was eat, eat, sleep, eat…and EAT!
We went around the town, enjoying the view and exploring the area (with food in hand)! Amazing!
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Another awesome place with luscious landscape, great people, good food, nice beaches, and lovely sunsets! The traffic is always busy, the people are always smiling and the sun is always shining. Drop your stereotype mindsets and start putting Colombo in your places to visits before you die! Trust me, you will be amazed!
This was the trip where I stumbled upon tungsten films! Sri Lanka suddenly had a pink-purple tinge!
Taipei & Hualien, Taiwan ROC
My friend wants to travel to Taipei, so I decided to follow him since I can also speak Mandarin. It was my 3rd trip there!
Scenic and calm Hualien, a contrast from the hustle-bustle of Taipei’s city life. Nonetheless, all caught on film, with SPROCKETS!
All in all, 2011 has been a great year for traveling for me and I hope I can travel more in 2012, and probably head to my dream destination. ‘Til then, always carry a camera in hand, just shoot and don’t worry what you will get at the end!
Cheers to the Sprocket Rocket, a super duper awesome camera!
Hakimbo, The Sprockets Lover
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As film photographers, our photos become part of our journey through everyday life. For this year’s year ender series, our Lomographers encapsulate their trials, joys and the various highlights of their lives in 2011. Read more articles on the Year Ender series.