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  • Cebu Provincial Capitol

    Cebu Provincial Capitol
    Having passed by this government building growing up, I have often overlooked the beauty of its dignified dome, Ionic columns and golden statues of draped figures that encompass one of the best preserved colonial buildings in the country from the American occupation.
  • The Magic Mystery Of Multiple Exposure

    The Magic Mystery Of Multiple Exposure
    There’s something very exciting about not knowing what’s coming up next. Pleasant surprises, adrenaline rushes, and knock-your-socks-off kind of shocks – the feelings that you get with multiple exposures! Just in case you have not discovered this wonderful technique yet – multiple exposure is a method where you expose the film more than once. You’ll never know what you’d come up with, regardless if you try this trick randomly or carefully plan out your multiples! This technique gives you total control over your shots, allowing you to create a strangely endearing picture from layers of images!
  • Kodak Ektachrome ED (35mm, 200 iso)

    Kodak Ektachrome ED (35mm, 200 iso)
    Kodak Ektachrome – mmmm two tasty words. When I saw them the first time, thoughts rushed to my head about really high colour saturation, vivid tones and incredible nice results after cross processing. My first Kodak slide was: Kodak Ektachrome ELITE (35mm, 200 iso)...
  • Train station in Marijampolė

    Train station in Marijampolė
    Marijampolė it‘s not a big town. It‘s in the seven place by size of all Lithuanian towns, but it‘s my home town and I Love it. Marijampolė don’t have a lot famous locations, but there are some which you definitely need to see.
  • Douro River

    Douro River
    The Douro River is the third longest and largest river in the Iberian Peninsula, flowing from its source near Duruelo de la Sierra across northern-central Spain and Portugal to its outlet at Porto (on one side of the river) and Vila Nova de Gaia (on the other side).
  • Konica Monochrome VX (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Konica Monochrome VX (35mm, 400 iso) user-review
    The picture of a monochrome: I kept this roll of film for few years and finally the time has come for me to use it on my Fisheye2 during an outing to a lake. I shoot with it indoors and outdoors and also at night, everywhere!
  • Party Captain NickyDigital Takes the Fisheye 2 for a Swim

    Party Captain NickyDigital Takes the Fisheye 2 for a Swim
    As you know, over the past year we've been bringing you the continuous adventures of "NickyDigital":http://nickydigital.com/, New York City's premiere scene-maker and party-hound, as he visits the best parties in NYC with a Lomography camera. Nicky has been out and about with several Lomographic cameras so far (see the links below for past Nicky Digital galleries). This time around, Nicky took a "Fisheye 2":http://shop.lomography.com/fisheye/ to the beach and on vacation. But of course, he also had it in hand when he dove into New York City's nightlife scene. With a 170-degree all-access pass to the action, Nicky returned from his "latest adventure":http://www.nickydigital.com/index.php?/gallery/album/C1143/ with these photos. Enjoy!
  • My Lomo Story : Round & Wide Pictures

    My Lomo Story : Round & Wide Pictures
    "Lomography? Huh. What's that?"
  • Solid Gold (35mm, 200iso) user-review

    Solid Gold (35mm, 200iso) user-review
    If you've been taking a break from slide shots, then choosing color negative films is your next option. But what film, you ask?
  • DNP Centuria (35mm, 100 iso) user-review

    DNP Centuria (35mm, 100 iso) user-review
    Crisp, clear and analogue-feel. These were the words created to give out your pictures a nice CAPTURE! The DNP Centuria, or we call it "Centurion" for it's colour saturation over the film!
  • Cold Sunny Day At Mount Junior!

    Cold Sunny Day At Mount Junior!
    This happened during the semestral break here in our country. Semestral break may range from 2-3 weeks and having such a boring place, my friend asked me if we could go over Mount Junior in Guimaras Island. I asked him why the name. He told me that long ago, the property of the whole mountain was of his grandfather. Since time immemorial, trespassers would go inside the perimeter and build houses or resting places. It was then during his father's time they again claimed the area and to avoid confusion, it was supposed to be named after his grandfather but since it was his father that claimed, it was named Mount Junior.
  • Colorfish Splasheye Dream Team

    Colorfish Splasheye Dream Team
    The colorfish splasheye Dream Team will fill your life with light bubbles and flash roundness. Forget the built in flash, put together these two Lomographic genius tools to explode your brain with perfectly rounded capsules filled up with colored lights. Choose the color of your taste, or choose the color that represents your deeper feeling.
  • The Hot Race at Sepang International Circuit

    The Hot Race at Sepang International Circuit
    Sepang International Circuit was officially opened on March 9, 1999 by the Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. It's situated 85 km from our Kuala Lumpur city center and it's accessible to mostly all the major highways in KL.
  • Pulau Pinang, Batu Feringghi

    Pulau Pinang, Batu Feringghi
    Pulau Pinang is famous for it's delicious food and also it's beach. The beach is what Batu Feringgi famous for. The beach itself is quite good, thought not up there with Malaysia's best and the water is not of the tropically clear variety you might expect. The beach is kept clean.
  • Central Philippine University

    Central Philippine University
    Just like it's name, Central Philippine University (CPU) is located in the center point of the country. I don't know why it was named like that maybe because when the Americans came in the country on the first decades of the 20th century, they were already particular about the geographical location of the place --- where they wanted to put up a school for Filipinos.
  • Elunda town in Crete Island

    Elunda town in Crete Island
    If you are tired of your job, of routine and everyday running, you need a vacations and good rest? Well then this location is write thing for you. Elunda - it’s a small fisherman village located in Crete island. I have heart that lot of tourist love that place and now I understand why:
  • The Kota Tinggi Waterfall

    The Kota Tinggi Waterfall
    Where would be the best place to visit when the weather is so hot and you are longing for a "colder" place? It's like summer everyday at Malaysia. During the time when we are hot, usually we just find a nice comfy air-conditioning room, for a drink with some close friends. But why not we step out of this air-con room and breathe the fresh air instead?
  • Oh Ye Great Fisheye 2!

    Oh Ye Great Fisheye 2!
    Make the horizon smile. Bend the hardiest trees to your will with this beautiful little camera. Pure Lomo goodness without breaking a sweat.Let all ye buildings and trees bow down to me! Let all ye faces distort on my command! Not possible? Well, I have a Fisheye 2 so let my will be done.
  • Santorini Island in Greece

    Santorini Island in Greece
    This summer I had luck to visit one of the most beautiful places in the world – Santorini Island. I was shocked when I saw that incredible view when I step out of the boat. Thousands white-blue, small houses where sitting on the edge of high, rocky, lava, mountain.
  • “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland

    “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland
    If you ever gone travel through north east Poland and accidentally arrive in to a small village “Stanczyki” don‘t leave it without seeing one really impressive location. Just ask local people where could you find “Stanczyki” railway viaducts.