Tag: provia 100f

  • Tipster of the Week: Five Rolls of Surprises

    written by scapegoat on 2009-10-11 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster of the Week: Five Rolls of Surprises

    Just as everyone is having a break from the Lomo LC-A Race, our two participants from the North American team chose to do something very exciting than to take a break in the pit stop and they're here this week to tell us more about it!

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  • Provia 100F - Cyan green or rich, natural tones? Your choice.

    written by coldkennels on 2011-05-24 in #reviews
    Provia 100F - Cyan green or rich, natural tones? Your choice.

    Provia 100F - along with its faster brother Provia 400X - has rapidly become one of my favourite films for colour photography, and providing I'm expecting decent light, it's rare that I'm not carrying at least one roll of it in my bag.

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  • Grizzly George Loves Azores And His Lovely Pretty Girl

    written by smintexas on 2009-11-05 in #world #locations
    Grizzly George Loves Azores And His Lovely Pretty Girl

    This summer I went to Azores to see my lovely girlfriend and I came with a bunch of great photos. I used a 100f Provia slide film on my Diana F+ and the results were great. I really recommend Azores to everyone!

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  • Unexpected Result: Expired Fuji Provia 100F

    written by juansupergen on 2012-10-15 in #reviews
    Unexpected Result: Expired Fuji Provia 100F

    You are walking in Oporto during your vacation, and in a market near your hotel you find a table full of different expired films. I guess you would have bought one too.

  • Lorong Kulit Flea Market, Penang

    written by nea on 2011-08-19 in #world #locations
    Lorong Kulit Flea Market, Penang

    Formerly known as Thieves Market, the Lorong Kulit flea market is one of the must-see places when you are in Penang. Located near the city stadium, it operates daily in the morning. And no, it's not a market full of thieves or selling stolen stuff nor is it just an ordinary flea market, it's actually a vintage bazaar.

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  • Dragon Playing in the Playground

    written by bao_wei on 2012-01-17 in #world #locations
    Dragon Playing in the Playground

    Getting yourselves on the swing, running around with your friends playing catch (a game wherein someone ends up being tagged as "it" and chases the other players around), sinking your feet into the grains of sand and playing on the seesaw. Does this remind you guys of somewhere? Yes, it is an old kind of playground with a sandpit base. Today, I will introduce you guys to a unique playground with the design of a dragon which is located in Toa Payoh.

  • Spend an Afternoon in Geylang

    written by bao_wei on 2012-01-20 in #world #locations
    Spend an Afternoon in Geylang

    If you ask a Singaporean about Geylang, most of them will think of delicious local delights like pig organ soup, frog porridge, teochew porridge, beancurd, and many more or if not the food, then the red light district. Actually there is more to Geylang than food and the red light district where you can find many brothels. Let me show you guys some photos before I continue.

  • Queenstown Has Old Buildings

    written by bao_wei on 2012-01-18 in #world #locations
    Queenstown Has Old Buildings

    Interested in old housing estates? I can introduce you guys to a place where you can find old housing estates. It is Queenstown! Queenstown, which is named after Queen Elizabeth II who had her coronation in 1952; is a housing estate during the early days of Singapore, even before Toa Payoh and Ang Mo Kio. It is located at the central-western end of Singapore and is only five to eight kilometres from the city.