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  • Lessons from Photography Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson Analogue Lifestyle

    Lessons from Photography Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Previously, we brought you some lessons from photography masters Ansel Adams and Robert Capa. This month, it's all about the words of wisdom from respected street photographer and photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson.

  • Kodak Colorplus 200: The £1 Roll Reviews

    Kodak Colorplus 200: The £1 Roll

    I was excited a few weeks ago to learn that the UK chain of pound stores known as “Poundland” (where everything costs just £1, for anyone unfamiliar with this concept!) were selling in-date rolls of Kodak Colorplus 200 ISO 35mm. I had heard it can be a bit grainy, but it was so much of a bargain that I spent £22 buying every roll they had – so far I have not been disappointed!

  • Amazing 3D Goldfish Paintings of Riusuke Fukahori Analogue Lifestyle

    Amazing 3D Goldfish Paintings of Riusuke Fukahori

    No, I bet this isn't anything like the three-dimensional paintings or chalk art that you've seen before. What Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori makes looks so lifelike, it won't only beguile your eyes, but maybe even trick you into finding out if it will move at the slightest touch.

  • Mimicking the Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson Tipster

    Mimicking the Masters: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer who is well-known as the ‘father of modern photojournalism’. He was also one of the pioneer photographers who developed street photography. Learn more techniques from this master photographer.

  • Urban Adventures at Lim Chu Kang Lane Abandoned British Barracks Locations

    Urban Adventures at Lim Chu Kang Lane Abandoned British Barracks

    Drive down to Lim Chu Kang lanes after Neo Tiew to see the once occupied British Barracks and photograph the area! You may have realised that there is a row of very rundown fenced-up barracks along Lim Chu Kang lanes when nearing the SLE Kranji entrance, they are once used by the British as a camp before World War II ended.

  • Mixing Words With Reality Tipster

    Mixing Words With Reality

    Some time ago, I read an article of cohetesnaranjas about a failed experiment of mixing words with landscape. I thought it was a wonderful idea so I kept it in my mind so that I could try it someday, maybe with something more.

  • My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: New York City Locations

    My Most Memorable Travel Escapade of 2011: New York City

    Travel can come in all different shapes and sizes. In 2011, I was very fortunate that my travel came apple-shaped - BIG apple shaped.

  • Tips for Taking Firework Photos Tipster

    Tips for Taking Firework Photos

    Taking photos of fireworks may sometimes be tricky. I'll be giving you a few tips that will help you when you want to capture fireworks. Learn more after the break.

  • The Fine-Grained Fuji Superia 1600 35mm Reviews

    The Fine-Grained Fuji Superia 1600 35mm

    Who said that using a higher ISO film will result in grainier photos? Try Fuji Superia 1600 for a different perspective! Take a look at my fine-grained photos after the jump!

  • Making a Miniature Diana F+ Tipster

    Making a Miniature Diana F+

    Ever thought about buying a cute little Diana F + keychain? Why not try and make one by yourself from a cool material called polymer clay! Learn the steps after the jump.

  • Vredeborch Felica Reviews

    Vredeborch Felica

    The Vredeborch Felica is a beautiful medium-format compact camera designed in the 1950s. It looks very chic and resembles the design of other classic cameras like the Diana.

  • Make Your Own Photo Coasters Tipster

    Make Your Own Photo Coasters

    Show off your photos, or give them as a gift, with your own DIY photo coasters!

  • Fuji 64T Type II: An Unpredictable, Rare Tungsten Film Reviews

    Fuji 64T Type II: An Unpredictable, Rare Tungsten Film

    The Fuji 64T Type II is a different tungsten alternative to the popular Lomography X Tungsten film!

  • Basel, Switzerland Locations

    Basel, Switzerland

    Basel is located at the northwest of Switzerland, bordering France and Germany. The magnificent Rhine River flows through the city of Basel. The German Black Forest is only a short distance away across the river.

  • An Analogue Year in Review Analogue Lifestyle

    An Analogue Year in Review

    The year 2011 has been a very significant one for my personal life; a few lows, and a lot of highs. My analogue life has been extremely eventful as well. As the year closes, it’s nice to reflect on the analogue year that was.

  • Vintage Snapshots of Times Square and the New Year's Eve Ball Analogue Lifestyle

    Vintage Snapshots of Times Square and the New Year's Eve Ball

    No, it's not about a fancy dinner-dance or a masquerade party for New Year's Eve. We're talking about the centuries-old tradition held in New York's Times Square at the turn of a fresh, new year.

  • Make Your Own Lomo T-Shirt Tipster

    Make Your Own Lomo T-Shirt

    Have you been eyeing on one of the Lomo t-shirts in the online shop, but don't want to spend your hard-earned piggies on it? Why not make your own one? Read on to learn how to make a Lomo t-shirt.

  • Paris, the City of Art and Culture Locations

    Paris, the City of Art and Culture

    You don’t really to have to wander far to find works of art when you’re in Paris. This is my second trip to Paris. Unfortunately, this time, my stay was cut short due to events beyond my control. Thus, I had only an afternoon to explore the sights before catching the next 13-hour flight home.

  • Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces Analogue Lifestyle

    Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

    Many of us are already familiar with some of the world's most iconic photographs. But, how do they look like when recreated using a different medium? Let's take a second look at these popular photographs interestingly rendered using LEGO pieces!

  • Spice Up Your Camera with the Handstrap in Lime Punch! Reviews

    Spice Up Your Camera with the Handstrap in Lime Punch!

    The Lomography Handstrap in Lime Punch is a cheap and funky alternative to your camera's native handstrap. Read on and find out more!