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  • Diana Mini-My personal key of life

    Diana Mini-My personal key of life

    For me, Diana Mini is like a “Key”, her tiny body with the bags, you can open your door of eyes whenever you go.

  • Double Your Pleasure with the Lomography X-Pro Slide 200

    Double Your Pleasure with the Lomography X-Pro Slide 200

    Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 film derived is from the Agfa RSX emulsion and is wonderfully balanced for cross processing, with result giving high levels of contrast and beautiful grain. It comes in 2 flavors, 120 and 35mm, my sample photos below will be of the latter.

  • The Canon EOS 650

    The Canon EOS 650

    Chunky, clunky, but really quite funky. I have lots to thank Lomography for - but letting me rediscover my analogue soul is top of the list. Through Dianas and other toy cameras, I reconnected with the joy of film photography once more.

  • Diana Mini Review

    Diana Mini Review

    I got the Diana Mini when it was first released and I have so much fun shooting with it. Compact and light, this little camera is more than a scale down model of the very popular Diana F+. The Diana Mini loads 35mm film and comes with a built in lens.

  • Muji disposable camera

    Muji disposable camera

    My Boss give me an expired Muji disposable cam. I kinda excited and wondering what will come out from this expired disposable camera.

  • Kodak Ektachrome EPL (120 iso400) - Surprisingly vibrant colors!

    Kodak Ektachrome EPL (120 iso400) - Surprisingly vibrant colors!

    After trying out a lot of slides and negatives, I would like to strongly recommend Kodak Ektachrome EPL as it always produces strong vibrant colors!

  • Horizon 202: The Forerunner

    Horizon 202: The Forerunner

    Now that I’m college, one of my first missions was to find a photo lab, and I was lucky enough to find one that is also a camera store. While looking through their vintage cameras for sale, I happened on something I thought I’d see in person: a near-mint Horizon 202, the precursor to the Horizon 303 that Lomography’s Perfekt is based on. Now, it’s mine! Let’s see what she can do.

  • Epson Perfection V330 Photo Scanner - A Personal Review

    Epson Perfection V330 Photo Scanner - A Personal Review

    Some things are better done personally. We are spoilt for choice of scanners as there are many brands, models, functions to choose from. Also, photo and film scanners are quite expensive. But I chose this… EPSON Perfection V330.

  • Fuji Neopan 400CN

    Fuji Neopan 400CN

    Sharp. Deep. Bright. Fun. And you can even get it processed using the C-41 process! I stumbled across this film many moons ago, when I bought an odd job of film off eBay in August last year.

  • Dollina 135 Bellows Camera - My Dad's Old Camera

    Dollina 135 Bellows Camera - My Dad's Old Camera

    I shot 2 rolls of AgfaPhoto APX 100 35mm with this camera, the photos evokes a vintage feel. I want to capture all fleeting moments and what I can see with Dollina 135.

  • The Perfekt Horizon

    The Perfekt Horizon

    If you're looking around to see if this camera is worth buying, before you read what I have to say, I must tell you...YOU NEED TO GET THIS CAMERA!

  • Lubitel 166+

    Lubitel 166+

    This camera, its design and possibilities are enormous. As a reflex camera can have a clear idea of what you're photographing, focus and shoot. Its wide range of speeds and aperture openings allows you to take pictures in all situations. They are also formats: square, rectangular and 35mm can also be used ... is a lovely camera!.

  • Not an Alchemist? Then This is for You!

    Not an Alchemist? Then This is for You!

    Chromogenic monochrome film. For all those who value the convenience of C-41 processing over total control.

  • Kodak 66 Model III

    Kodak 66 Model III

    Despite all the money I've spent on all my cameras, the one I inherited has proven to be my favourite. Take a look at one of Kodak's last folding cameras. Produced between 1958 and 1960, this oldie has produced remarkably reliable and incredibly crisp photos. Plus it looks awesome.

  • A Tale of Two Processing Styles

    A Tale of Two Processing Styles

    C-41 cross processing and E-6 processing showed me the vastly different characteristics of this film. Although I don't know this film very well, I find that I can "see" more if I listened to my heart.

  • High-Speed Deadstockmania!

    High-Speed Deadstockmania!

    Fuji 1600 HG. Deadstock. What better emulsion for high-speed experiments?

  • Fuji Velvia (35mm, 100 iso)

    Fuji Velvia (35mm, 100 iso)

    Velvia! Veelvia! Veeelvia! Call it! Oooops, this name, just for itself, its proper music, has an astonishing poetical resonance in the labyrinths of my mind...

  • High Speed X-Pro

    High Speed X-Pro

    Fuji Provia 1600. Unique high-speed slide film. Cross it. Nuff said.

  • A Film Which Expired 32 Years Ago

    A Film Which Expired 32 Years Ago

    Even though this film expired a long, long time ago, it still shows some interesting results. They look like 40 years old!

  • Expired & Instax.

    Expired & Instax.

    Most of you somehow wanted to take pictures with instant cameras. But, given the very high price few are willing to take risks and buy expired film. I ventured.