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  • Saturate the Colors of Your Shots with Kodak Ektachrome E100G

    written by dabai on 2011-08-26 #gear
    Saturate the Colors of Your Shots with Kodak Ektachrome E100G

    Kodak Ektachrome E100G is one of the slide films that is still being manufactured by Kodak. It does not cause wild color shifts when cross processed and produces saturated but natural colors for your shots. It is definitely one of my favorite slide films!

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  • An Urban Adventure in the Central Business District of Singapore

    written by dabai on 2011-06-16 #places
    An Urban Adventure in the Central Business District of Singapore

    Have you ever thought of going down to the business or financial district in your country for a lomowalk but didn't, because you thought the area would be very formal and boring? I had the same impression too until I went down to the Central Business District area in Singapore!

  • Escape from the City: A Beach Holiday in Bali!

    written by dabai on 2011-06-07 #places
    Escape from the City: A Beach Holiday in Bali!

    What do you do when you need to escape from hectic city life and your boring job? I needed a break from everything and decided to go on a holiday with my pals to Bali, a nearby island in Indonesia. It is famous for its pretty beaches and is also one of the sites where Eat, Pray, Love was filmed!

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  • Fujifilm Astia - The Unexpected Green!

    written by dabai on 2011-06-06 #gear
    Fujifilm Astia - The Unexpected Green!

    Fujifilm Astia is an ISO 100 slide film and has been discontinued. It is a fined grained and low contrast slide film often used for studio or portrait applications.This film usually gives a reddish/purplish color shift when cross processed. However, I tried out an expired roll of Astia that gave me unexpected greens!

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  • Abandoned Yan Kit Swimming Complex

    written by dabai on 2011-04-06 #places
    Abandoned Yan Kit Swimming Complex

    Yan Kit Swimming Complex is located along Yan Kit Road at Tanjong Pagar area. It opened in 1952 and was the second public swimming pool in Singapore. The pool has been closed since 2001 and is now abandoned.

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  • Kampong Buangkok - The Last Village in Singapore (Undiscovered Location)

    written by dabai on 2011-04-03 #places
    Kampong Buangkok - The Last Village in Singapore (Undiscovered Location)

    Singapore is a highly urbanized country but do you know that there is still one last "kampong" (malay word for village) surviving here? This is hard to believe considering that almost the whole of Singapore has been developed. The younger generation may not even have heard of this last village in Singapore!

  • The Multi-purpose Lomography X-pro 200

    written by dabai on 2011-03-10 #gear
    The Multi-purpose Lomography X-pro 200

    Are you looking for a film that you can use in sunny or dimmer conditions? Or one that will produce awesome shots when you shoot doubles with another lomographer? The search for that multi-purpose film stops here with Lomography X-pro 200!

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  • Chinese New Year - Celebration at River Hongbao

    written by dabai on 2011-02-27 #places
    Chinese New Year - Celebration at River Hongbao

    Have you been to River Hongbao this year? It is an annual Chinese New Year event in Singapore and this year is its 25th anniversary. My family goes there every year to view the Chinese New Year displays and this year is no exception!

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