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  • Lomo Cameras Caught in Security X-ray!

    written by lawypop on 2013-02-07
    Lomo Cameras Caught in Security X-ray!

    Have you ever wondered what the security officer behind the X-ray machine sees in your bags? How do they determine the materials based on the images on their X-ray screen? Put on your X-ray glasses and find out!

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  • Lomo Walk at Coney Island's Boardwalk

    written by lawypop on 2012-05-18 #places
    Lomo Walk at Coney Island's Boardwalk

    Coney Island may be famous for its amusement park, but a stroll along its boardwalk by the beach is also relaxing and you get to enjoy the sea breeze and meet some interesting people. When I visited Coney Island in late April, I quickly fell in love with the place. There's something both magical and nostalgic about it which I can't explain.

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  • Shoot Your Hearts Out at Luna Park, Coney Island

    written by lawypop on 2012-05-17 #places
    Shoot Your Hearts Out at Luna Park, Coney Island

    Even if you are not a fan of taking thrill rides, the opportunity to go to one of the biggest amusement parks in the planet will definitely excite you. So, get ready with your favorite Lomo firearms to conquer this colorful and fun-filled land!

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  • Lomo Adventures at the Bronx Zoo

    written by lawypop on 2012-05-15 #places
    Lomo Adventures at the Bronx Zoo

    Give yourself a break from shopping in New York! Be a kid again, and make sure to be armed with lomography cameras when you visit the Bronx Zoo! One of the best zoological parks in the world, and one of the facilities administered by the renowned Wildlife Conservation Society. The exhibits are all well thought out and place the animals first in both their care and wellbeing.

  • My 2011 in Analogue: Following My 7 Analogue Heartbeats

    written by lawypop on 2011-12-30
    My 2011 in Analogue: Following My 7 Analogue Heartbeats

    Since we are couple of days into the new year, I think I should look back and reflect on my Lomo adventures in 2011. My heart often made the most decisions here and I decided to call them the "Analogue Heartbeats" (AH).

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  • Russia & Singapore FilmSwap Exhibition

    written by lawypop on 2011-10-28 #news
    Russia & Singapore FilmSwap Exhibition

    Russia + Singapore Film Swap is a photo collaboration between Lomographers in Russia and Singapore. It's a Lomographic interaction and a way of exchanging cultures and colours!

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  • Going Back to the Birthplace of LOMO LC-A

    written by lawypop on 2011-08-20 #places
    Going Back to the Birthplace of LOMO LC-A

    Ever since I got my first LC-A+, I started to get curious and wanted to know about the camera and its origin. A rare chance came along to travel to Russia in June 2011 and I immediately jumped on it. Thus, my journey to the birthplace of LOMO LC-A begins!

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  • The Holocaust Memorial, Berlin

    written by lawypop on 2011-08-20 #places
    The Holocaust Memorial, Berlin

    While traveling in Europe, I visited my very good friend, Eve (aka venusattack) who was in Berlin for six months. She then brought me to the Holocaust Memorial – A MUST visit for its impressive architectural design!

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  • Quickie Tipster : Silhouettes for your Double!

    written by lawypop on 2011-05-15 #gear #tutorials
    Quickie Tipster : Silhouettes for your Double!

    This tipster is simple and most probably written before but just want to share with some of you guys who left me a message about how i go about using the silhouettes for my double exposures.

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  • The Turtle Haven in Galle, Sri Lanka

    written by lawypop on 2011-03-04 #places
    The Turtle Haven in Galle, Sri Lanka

    The "Sea Turtle Farm & Hatchery" is a non-profit organization that has the noble task of ensuring the survival of Sea Turtles for the next generation.

  • The Istana

    written by lawypop on 2010-09-18 #places
    The Istana

    The Istana (which means ‘Palace’ in Malay) is the official residence of the President of the Republic of Singapore. Built by the British colonial government in 1869 to house its governors, the Government house was renamed The Istana in 1959 when Singapore achieved self government.

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  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer #4: Francis Lee

    written by lawypop on 2010-07-21
    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer #4: Francis Lee

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series! Meet photographer #4 Mr. Francis Lee. Mr. Lee is a Photography Instructor based in Singapore, and has greatly inspired plenty of his students, including lawypop who conducted this interview!

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  • Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)

    written by lawypop on 2010-06-19 #places
    Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)

    If you visit Singapore, get ready your lomo cameras and come to this amazing theme park called Haw Par Villa! It is a wonderland of beautiful landscape and colorful sculptures!

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  • Olympus Pen EE3 - The Fantastic Half-Frame Camera

    written by lawypop on 2010-04-29 #gear
    Olympus Pen EE3 - The Fantastic Half-Frame Camera

    Way before the Golden-Half and Diana Mini, there were the little known Olympus half-frame cameras- the Olympus Pen EE models.

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  • Svema Foto 64 (120, 64 iso) User-Review

    written by lawypop on 2010-04-27 #gear
    Svema Foto 64 (120, 64 iso) User-Review

    The Mysterious Svema from Ukraine: I bought the expired Black & White 120 film from eBay last year because of its Retro Pop Art influenced packaging. I popped them in my trusty Holga, shot in a bright day and what a surprise after I developed the film!

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  • Kodak Kodachrome (35mm, 64 iso) User-Review

    written by lawypop on 2010-04-11 #gear
    Kodak Kodachrome (35mm, 64 iso) User-Review

    I bought the expired slide from eBay in late 2009 not knowing that its maker Kodak had announced the end of its production on June 22, 2009.

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  • The Adventures of Mr. LOMO LC-A

    written by lawypop on 2010-01-14 #news
    The Adventures of Mr. LOMO LC-A

    The Adventures of Mr. LOMO LC-A postcards idea came about after i watched the French movie Amélie where the kind hearted waitress persuades her father to follow his dream of touring the world by stealing his garden gnome and having an air-hostess friend send pictures of it from all over the world.

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  • Potala Palace 布达拉宫 (Lhasa, Tibet)

    written by lawypop on 2009-09-15 #places
    Potala Palace 布达拉宫 (Lhasa, Tibet)

    I went on a group tour to the famous palace in Lhasa, Tibet. Its name means "sacred Buddhist site" was built in 7th century and throughout the ages, it had been the winter palace of Dalai Lamas. Today the palace has been converted into a museum by the Chinese.

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