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Blast from the Past: Malaysia's Top Articles for February 2012

Falling head over heels over your new Lomography gadgets? Seems awfully familiar to us! Look back and rewind on Lomography Malaysia’s blast-from-the-past recap of the amorous month of February 2012.

January was full of analogue love and a bounty of feline photography. What did February 2012’s top articles have in store for us?

We all know February has a special monopoly over all things lovey-dovey and schmaltzy, so it would be no surprise for the most popular articles to include our Malaysia LomoCouple series.

Take a look at some of our amazing LomoCouples — Meet Malaysia’s LomoCouple #1: Guitarleo and Funfun, Meet Malaysia’s LomoCouple #2: Jibamz and Delina and Meet Malaysia’s LomoCouple #3: Faisal_aziz and Dellia.

Maybe you’re not big on the analogue courting scene, but we’re sure you’re big on the LomoLove.

Check out these articles as Lomographers profess their undeniable passion for their analogue cameras – Love at First Lomo: My One and Only LC-A, Love at First Lomo: My First Love, Holga 135 BC, Love at First Lomo: LC-A+, My Companion, Love at First Lomo: My Dearest Holga 135 BC and Secondhand Love Affair: Zenit EM Moskva 80.

Photo by tomkiddo

Some of us haven’t even had our first kiss but isn’t February the month to have your various firsts taken?

After five years, one Lomographer has the chance to develop her first contact prints! Read her story, Developing My First Contact Prints.

We had hours of fun reading through these articles and thought we should share! I hope you guys loved looking through them as much as we did.

Wanna join in on the Malaysia Lomography Community fun? Submit your own article or share your photos of Malaysia with us — be sure to tag them with “Malaysia” so they’ll show up alongside the works of other locals!

The Future is Analogue.

written by jasonskung

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