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Like You've Never Seen Singapore Before

If I could have any supernatural power it'd be to have the ability to have access to my entire memory as one would do with a time-machine or supercomputer. We're not quite there yet, but you can still create an imaginary world with your memory with your film-camera. Singapore's Lomographers utilize different techniques, such as MX, double-exposure, and light-painting to transport us to alternate planes of their city!

Photo by lawypop

This dreamy panorama taken with the Horizon Perfekt makes the Supertrees at the Gardens by the Bay look as if they’re alive! The bluish-green sky looks like a porthole to another realm… How magical.

Photo by dabai

Slow down and you’ll observe the world differently. Take your camera along the Quays and agree to disagree with The Golden Rules of Lomography and you’ll have abstract memories to last you a lifetime!

Photo by b0rn2b1ush

Chinatown, Little India, and all the cultural artifacts that are like gems to the hungry lens. Explore the neighborhoods you may think you’ve seen enough of more and you’ll find that even if nothing’s changed a different attitude is the only change necessary.

Photo by ripsta

Multiple Exposure is the perfect technique to express that one’s future and past are always overlapping in what’s known as the “present moment”.

Photo by azzzy

My first memory is the sunlight beating down on my face on a beautiful day out at the park with my mother. It’s always been my fondest childhood memory.

Photo by dabai

Talk about time travel… Would you choose to step back into the unforgettable past or jump ahead to the unknown future? Where does this blazing door lead to I wonder?

Photo by renaishashin

Fantasy and reality live together among the shadows…

Photo by stonerfairy

Dream’s are part illusion and part fact. We spend over 4 years of our human lives dreaming…

Photo by renaishashin

An innocent friendship is often the most beautiful.

Photo by renaishashin

How about combining the natural with manmade objects using Double Exposure?

Photo by azzzy

A myriad of textures, colors, depths of field are some of the ingredients for a photograph that shows a different perspective.

Photo by stonerfairy

The most exciting thing about hide and seek is that you always have a target. Go on, catch that subject you’re to this day looking for, she’s hiding in one of the filmrolls you’ve got stocked in your cabinet!

Photo by quaisoir

While you’re working this family member is waiting for you at home. Don’t worry, he’s got company…

Photo by lawypop

Share your stories of Singapore’s National Day through Light Painting!

Photo by ponzi

Is this the Shangri-La spoken of in the Lost Horizon? How amazing would it be if this were a public Art museum in the clouds.

Photo by scrabbyknees

Where will this entrance in the sky bring us to? Create your own portholes with the Double Exposure technique!

Photo by b0rn2b1ush

While we click our mice and rattle on our keyboards at the speed of light, let’s slowdown with our shutter button clicks, crank up the mellow tunes, and only release our grip when the song ends.

Photo by thenucleartomato

Work hard, play hard, but most importantly enjoy all moments with your dearest friends in this splendid city.
Thank you for sharing all your beautiful moments with us Singapore!

written by memorydusts


  1. lawypop


    I Heart Singapore! :DD

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  2. violetz


    beautiful photos!

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