• Films and the Beginning of Its End

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2011-05-16
    Films and the Beginning of Its End

    The Lomo community revived a flagging film industry in the face of the hugely popular digital cameras. But with films stocks dipping, manufacturers stopping production and prices sky-rocketing, how much longer can this last?

  • Efiniti UXi - U Gotta Love It!

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-07-22 #gear
    Efiniti UXi - U Gotta Love It!

    Something I've never seen before, curiosity compelled me to pick up a couple of rolls to try.

  • Acros the Barrier - Colours in Black and White: Fuji Acros (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-06-10 #gear
    Acros the Barrier - Colours in Black and White: Fuji Acros (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    Great contrast and nice black and white tones, Fuji Acros makes the transition a seamless one. Follow me 'Acros' the bridge to a whole new world of black and white photography!

  • IKEA @ Alexandra, SG

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-06-07 #places
    IKEA @ Alexandra, SG

    Furniture on your shopping list? What's the first name that comes to mind? You betcha its IKEA! And likely chances, something in your house probably has something from there. Amidst the well organised maze of Swedish ingenuity, lomoments are waiting to happen! So come on in and snap away!

  • Yan Kit Swimming Complex DIve In!

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-04-27 #places
    Yan Kit Swimming Complex DIve In!

    Nestled in the heart of the city, mere minutes away from the central business district, a relic from the past sit. From an age where black and white television was all the rage, Yan Kit swimming complex forms the micro-history of old Singapore. Dive in for more!

  • Thievery in Singapore! - The Sungei Road Story

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-03-29 #places
    Thievery in Singapore! - The Sungei Road Story

    In the prim and proper Singapore, an open secret is hidden near the outskirts of the city. Contrasting the spanking new shopping malls, this street market sells goods of dubious origins. Don't ask, don't tell. Get it cheap walk away! Click to find out more!

  • Earth Hour, Every Hour

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-03-27 #news
    Earth Hour, Every Hour

    For 60 minutes a year, millions of lights goes out for one cause. Earth Hour isn't a party, but it's a celebration of great cause. With climate change and an increasing strain on our natural resources, it is time for the people of this world to take ownership of our home, the Earth.

  • National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Campus

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-03-21 #places
    National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Campus

    One of three major universities in Singapore, National University of Singapore enjoys the reputation as one of the best in the region. With many buildings, new and old, forming this campus, many sights to capture! From the hidden nooks and hideouts to student hubs and bustling bazaars, lomographers have plenty of stuff to shoot!

  • Sheares Hall

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-03-11 #places
    Sheares Hall

    One of the six Halls of Residences in the National University of Singapore, Sheares Hall has its humble beginnings as the Dunearn Road Hostels. Moving twice, it is now situated at Heng Mui Keng Terrace on brand new premises.

  • FED 5 - Russian Rangefinder Love!

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-02-28 #gear
    FED 5 - Russian Rangefinder Love!

    With exact specifications as Leicas, the FED found its way into the hand of many photographers who grew to love the quirks of this camera.

  • Dayang Island Paradise

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-02-13 #places
    Dayang Island Paradise

    Looking for a weekend away from all the hustle and bustle of city life? Pristine beaches and blue seas await in the lush and beautiful island of Dayang!

  • Hougang Central: The Sleepy Town Center

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-02-03 #places
    Hougang Central: The Sleepy Town Center

    A housing estate built in the 1980s, Hougang has seen itself go from sleepy farmland to sleepy suburbs. With the maturity of the estate impending, we still see sights and sounds from other times, contrasting each other. At the heart of this township, the town center is a mix of residential units, bustling shopping malls and also quieter anachronistic businesses. Read on for more!

  • Nativity Church, SG (Circa 1851)

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-01-30 #places
    Nativity Church, SG (Circa 1851)

    One of the oldest churches in Singapore, the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary served the Teochew community in Hougang for more than a century. Read on to find out about the rich history behind this ancient(sic) treasure.

  • Chinatown, SG

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-01-25 #places
    Chinatown, SG

    The ancient capital of the immigrant Chinese in the formative years of Singapore, Chinatown still sees massive crowds and interesting sights. Situated beside the Central Business District, Chinatown is the proverbial contrast between old world and new; A place in chronological stasis within the everchanging landscape of Singapore.

  • Sentosa at Singapore

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-01-19 #places
    Sentosa at Singapore

    The Crown Jewel of Singapore tourism is the island of Sentosa. Filled with many an attraction and top notch tourist friendly facilities, it is not uncommon to see many holiday makers in every corner of the island. Immaculately manicured to perfection, even the locals find their way many times each year to take advantage of the clean beaches or a spot of golf.

  • MRTransportation

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-01-18 #places

    A red dot on a globe, Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world. Yet in this diminutive island state, one would find a train/tube infrastructure that most in the world would find comprehensive.