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  • Awesome Albums: La Sardina Test Roll #3 by vicuna

    Awesome Albums: La Sardina Test Roll #3 by vicuna
    Summer is just around the corner so we might as well start flipping through the sunshine-y awesome albums of our fellow lomographers! Let's begin with a beautiful set taken in scenic French Polynesia!
  • Kodak Ektachrome Panther 400 (35 mm) – Release the Panther

    Kodak Ektachrome Panther 400  (35 mm) – Release the Panther
    I know the tagline is cheesy, but it caught your attention – so it’s just perfect (evil laughter). And in my quest to squeeze every Kodak film into cameras and the best out of it on film, it certainly caught my attention too, when I first discovered,that not only Apple gets their inspiration from the zoo when branding their products. So may I present, the new find from the photographic animal farm: the slide film that was called Kodak Ektachrome Panther 400:
  • AGFA CT Precisa 200: A Film with the Pox

    AGFA CT Precisa 200: A Film with the Pox
    We are all in love with the marvelous and unchallenged pinnacle of colour-cross-explosion of the Agfa CT Precisa 100. In the quest to find films with likewise features, I looked in the neighborhood and found another gangsta: the Agfa CT Precisa 200. But, this black sheep in the family surprised me with unprecedented effects. This film is sick – it has the pox!
  • The Raiatea Lomographic Schoolproject: an update

    The Raiatea Lomographic Schoolproject: an update
    We finally finished all the shooting sessions from the Raiatea Lomographic Schoolproject, and as promised in the previous post, here's an update of the lomographic production made by the first polynesian generation of lomographers!
  • The Raiatea Lomographic Schoolproject

    The Raiatea Lomographic Schoolproject
    Armed with a bunch of Lomographic cameras, one of our busiest Lomographers - Vicuna - set out to initiate his very first Lomographic schoolproject in French Polynesia! He has been working as a History, Geography, and Civic Instruction in secondary school, and is now spreading the Lomo-love in "Lycée des îles sous le vent", in the city of Utoroa.
  • Diving with Sharks at Miri-Miri

    Diving with Sharks at Miri-Miri
    Diving in French Polynesia is really a fantastic activity as you have the possibility to see a lot of different fishes in amazing underwater diving spots. One of my favorite diving spot is the place called Miri-Miri, because there you have the chance to dive among a lot of sharks, and I really love this....
  • Marae of Taputapuatea

    Marae of Taputapuatea
    When I arrived on Raiatea last summer and asked people what could be interesting to visit on this island, all told me "marae of Taputapuatea".... sorry, but "mara-what of Tapauatatu what????" Didn't absolutely understand what was the name of this place and what it could be.... Curious to know more about this strange place? Don't worry, I'll explain it to you :)
  • Watching the Sunrise from Mount Tapioi

    Watching the Sunrise from Mount Tapioi
    Who doesn't loves to see the sunrise? And what if you could admire this everyday magical moment from the top of a 300m high mountain and have a amazing view over Raiatea, Taha'a and even Bora-Bora and Huahine Islands? Would you like it? Well, come with me, I'll show you that! :)
  • Huahine Island: A True Paradise

    Huahine Island: A True Paradise
    During my last holidays, we decided to spend a few days on Huahine Island. For this 3 days trip, I grabbed my Diana Mini and my Nikonos V camera, as well as 9 rolls of film... Now I want to share with you the beauty of this little island that you can easily call a paradise...
  • Papeete, the Big City of French Polynesia

    Papeete, the Big City of French Polynesia
    If you have the chance one day to visit French Polynesia, the city of Papeete will be the first place you'll see and visit. If you expect the mythical image of Tahiti, you'll be disappointed, because it's not the right place for this! But there are other things to see...
  • Travelling to the Other Side of the World

    Travelling to the Other Side of the World
    Like most of you know now, I moved this summer from Nice (metropolitan France) to Raiatea (French Polynesia). Of course, during the travel I had my LC-A+ and my supersampler always with me... Let me tell you the story of this great travel to the other side of the world...