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  • The Natura In Nature

    The Natura In Nature
    There's nothing like "au naturel". I stumbled across saviorjosh's Fuji Natura Classica shots from Kenya and was captivated by the majestic animals, wilderness, and full on nature that we don't find in our city settings. It's namesake camera the Natura took all the analogue photos you're about to see.
  • Spring Break Getaways: Lake Kenyir Resort and Spa, Terengganu

    Spring Break Getaways: Lake Kenyir Resort and Spa, Terengganu
    Fancy a place where you can relax and at the same time, explore nature during your spring break? Lake Kenyir Resort and Spa might be the right place for you!
  • My Simple Nature Photography Tips

    My Simple Nature Photography Tips
    Nature. This theme dominates my gallery and is my favourite type of photography. Mother nature is truly beautiful. It's hard to not take a pretty photo as the subject is stunning to begin with and I want to share with you a couple of my tips when i go on a nature-driven shooting spree.
  • Spin Out into Open Water: A Review of the Lomography Spinner 360

    Spin Out into Open Water: A Review of the Lomography Spinner 360
    The Spinner 360 is a great camera for capturing friends all in one circle. It's a moment in time, a chance to see everyone together. But the 360 is also excellent if you're lucky enough to live near a shore. Here's how it fairs as a friend/recorder on the shores of Lake Superior
  • Photographing Black and White Nature: Tipster

    Photographing Black and White Nature: Tipster
    We all know how astonishing and breath-taking Mother Nature can be. However, are you able to take advantage of all this beauty and portray it in your photographs? Here are some humble tips that may help you.
  • Nogaledas Canyon: Where Rough Nature Meets Extreme Sport

    Nogaledas Canyon: Where Rough Nature Meets Extreme Sport
    My guy and I have a very different hobbies. As much as he is into extreme sports, that's how much I prefer the exact opposite, things like reading and crochet. But that doesn't mean you can't spend a great day together. Let me show you how to join two hobbies as diverse as canyoning and Lomography.
  • Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh

    Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh
    I admit it. I'm an introvert. But that doesn't mean I don't like company or that I don't like to socialize. It just means that I cherish my alone time.
  • The Village of Garipce, Sariyer

    The Village of Garipce, Sariyer
    When you are bored of Istanbul, take your camera and your beloved ones with you... It doesn't matter if it's hot or cold outside.
  • In Full Bloom: Not Quite Yet

    In Full Bloom: Not Quite Yet
    It's April and yesterday it was still snowing here. Yes, really. I don't even live on the North Pole. It was snowing here, in Slovenia, in the middle of Europe, in times when spring should already be in full bloom.
  • The Green Hills of Scotland

    The Green Hills of Scotland
    Scotland is an amazing destination that has so much more to offer than just castle after castle. This beautiful country with its endless green landscapes is worth discovering. The tons of fresh air and never-ending showers you get for free!
  • Watch Spring Come to Life in Jerte Valley

    Watch Spring Come to Life in Jerte Valley
    The Jerte Valley in Spain is one of the most beautiful places to experience the awakening of nature after a cold hard winter. The start of spring lets you admire a very magical spectacle: the blossoming cherry trees.
  • Doubles with Flowers: The More the Merrier

    Doubles with Flowers: The More the Merrier
    There is something very appealing with double exposures, something which captures the very essence of analogue photography. It has to do with the experimentation, the unknown outcome, and the random element. Combining two exposures can be particularly rewarding once you add flowers to the mix.
  • Hastings Natural Reserve on 35mm Film

    Hastings Natural Reserve on 35mm Film
    As a video journalist for University of California I tend to travel all over the state visiting interesting people who are doing innovative research. I always have my Canon 5D Mark iii on hand and my field recorder to do my interviews. Recently, I decided to also bring along my Nikon FG-20 and expired 35mm film that I bought through the Lomography Shop. So far, the outcome has been really interesting and hopefully this will be one of many future posts about my travels through the golden state.
  • Nature Photography Tips: My Do's and Don'ts

    Nature Photography Tips: My Do's and Don'ts
    There is always something of interest and beautiful to photograph in nature, but it is not always easy. Things might move too fast, or be too dark, which is why I would like to share some of my do's and don'ts.
  • In Full Bloom: The Mysterious Flowers

    In Full Bloom: The Mysterious Flowers
    This is my take on flowers, plants, and the universe. There is far more than meets the eye, and the flowers can be seen as a window into the deepest mysteries of nature.
  • In Full Bloom: The Flower Project

    In Full Bloom: The Flower Project
    Last Spring, I decided to photograph the blossoming of a flower and made a small stop motion movie after to celebrate my favorite season!
  • Basic Nature Photography Tips

    Basic Nature Photography Tips
    Spring is one of the best seasons to head outdoors and look for beautiful sceneries to capture on film. Today, I bring you some of my personal tips when trying out nature photography, and hopefully, it can help you take better photos whatever the season or condition you have at the moment!
  • Springtime Scenes: Changing Film

    Springtime Scenes: Changing Film
    Coming from a low light winter, it’s quite obvious that we change habits about photography when spring comes out. Analyzing the philosophy behind this behavior, there are so many reasons that justify a particular changing: from black and white during winter, to color (negative or positive) film.
  • Auckland Series: One Tree Hill Domain

    Auckland Series: One Tree Hill Domain
    An important memorial place for both Maori and New Zealanders, One Tree Hill is one of Auckland's largest intact volcanic cone. The 48-hectare domain, looked after by the Auckland Council, is also known as Maungakiekie which translates to 'mountain of the kiekie vine' and is a popular spot to enjoy for tourist and locals alike.
  • My Analogue Days: The River Knows

    My Analogue Days: The River Knows
    Sometimes, I get quite frustrated when looking at photos from other community members. It always seems to me like everybody lives in these big busy cities where there is something happening every single moment, where you can choose to walk a different road every day, where you can see new things every second. It isn't fair.