Edmund, a camera store owner, is an avid Lomographer and has been shooting for almost 6 years. He has taken his camera to several Asian countries and shoots whenever and wherever he can! Even when living in a digital age, he still opts to use film over digital cameras.
Occupation: Owner of The Click Shop
Location: Kuala Lumpur
How long have you been a Lomographer?
Almost 6 years.
Have you taken your camera out of the country? If so, where?
Yup, I bring to Korea, Bangkok, Bali, Cambodia, China, Tibet, Shang Hai and Hong Kong.
What’s the most unusual experience you have had while shooting?
Last time I bought some cheap expired slide films (expired date 1996) and I never see this film before, is call Kodak Lumiere. I expected this film going to come out nothing or something weird.
But after develop, end up the result is surprise awesome!!! Just too bad I didn’t buy more for that slide film… and now is hard to find it any more…
Describe the Lomo LC-A+ RL in 5 words.
Cool! Awesome! Superb! Small! Classic!
If you could shoot any person, dead or alive, who would it be?
What’s the best thing about using a film camera?
The best thing is now every one is using digital cameras, and I still using film camera! Im the special one! :P
How would you describe your style as a photographer?
Simply shoot is my style as a photographer. :)
Among all the pictures that you have taken, which one is your favourite and why?
This is pic is took by the expired slide film I mention just now.
This is my favorite pic is because is my best friend wedding shooting, and I wish to take a nice pics for them, and this pic just turn out surprisely stunning! Totally love it :)
What’s your inspiration for your photos?
Look around us, every day may be we looking at the same thing, just we didn’t notice how nice it was. I like to shoot different kind of roof toop with the sky, even we saw it every day, but we didn’t notice how beautiful it is. :)
What advice can you give to other Lomographers out there?
Don’t Think Just Shoot, ALWAYS!!!