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  • Get Analogue in Your Arts District

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-08-17
    Get Analogue in Your Arts District

    It's Sunday afternoon and I need my Lomography fix! So what's free, neat, and has interesting buildings? No, not just "downtown", but the downtown Arts District! A place that in most cities, is a weekend mecca for Lomographers to live out their Analogue Lifestyle.

  • Fuji 200 with the LC-A+ RL

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-05-24 #gear
    Fuji 200 with the LC-A+ RL

    FujiFilm 200 is the most common film in my area. So much so that it is hard to find any other brand with out having to hit up several stores. But is it a film to avoid because of how common it is? Come see how it performs with my LOMO LC-A+ RL.

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  • Half a Year with the Lomo LC-A+ RL

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-04-15 #gear
    Half a Year with the Lomo LC-A+ RL

    After 16 rolls of film and nearly half a year under my belt I feel I am ready to review the LOMO LC-A+ RL.

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  • North Shore Road Trippin'

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-03-12 #places
    North Shore Road Trippin'

    With the price of gas so high, a short but scenic road trip around the north shores of Oahu becomes a special treat. Cameras, snacks, and film loaded let's press play on the iPod and enjoy.

  • Adventures in Scanning Cross Processed Film

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-03-11 #gear #tutorials
    Adventures in Scanning Cross Processed Film

    Trying to scan cross-processed film and have it look alright can be an adventure. Having bought my first scanner that can scan negatives I soon discover it isn't as easy as it looks! Here I use the Photo CD from the lab as a baseline for trying to get the best scan of a cross-processed image.

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  • Sword, Guns and Canons: Oh My!

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-03-07 #places
    Sword, Guns and Canons: Oh My!

    What happens when an old army big gun battery in the middle of the Pacific Ocean can't be torn down? Turning it into a free museum may not seem like the most likely of answers.

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  • Lomography the Roleplaying Game!

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-03-04
    Lomography the Roleplaying Game!

    Need a Lomo Mission? Want to have fun alone or in groups? Come play Rav_Bunneh's exciting Lomography the Roleplaying Game!

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  • Once a Year Date Spot: Punahou Carnival

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-02-18 #places
    Once a Year Date Spot: Punahou Carnival

    Have your date ready because once a year the students and community of Punahou School put on a carnival that lasts for just two short nights.

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  • The Honolulu Zoo

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-02-17 #places
    The Honolulu Zoo

    Across the street from the popular Waikiki Beach is a place of equal delights and it is called the Honolulu Zoo. Come take a walk through the zoo with me.

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  • Chinese New Year - Honolulu Style

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-02-13 #places
    Chinese New Year - Honolulu Style

    The Year of the Rabbit is here. Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit in Honolulu's Chinatown with a fanciful street parade.

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  • Toronto Life features Lomography

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-02-09 #news
    Toronto Life features Lomography

    I'm on my daily quest to find news online and what do I stumble on? Lomography and the new Lomography store in the news! They say "digital" is so 2009!

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  • H1 Freeway

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-01-31 #places
    H1 Freeway

    Looking for one of the most unlikely places to test your Lomography skills? Well, get on the passenger seat and make the driver take the onramp to the H1 Freeway. In spite of the usual traffic, this location does provide for some really interesting photos.

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  • Largest Outdoor Shopping Center in the World

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-01-30 #places
    Largest Outdoor Shopping Center in the World

    Sometimes even Lomographers need to head to the mall. So with that in mind, why not do it in style? I know a place where you can do just that, the Ala Moana Center! Located in Honolulu, Hawaii on the isle of Oahu this is a very popular mall with earnings of $1 billion in annual sales.

  • Contemporary Arts Museum at Makiki

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-01-29 #places
    Contemporary Arts Museum at Makiki

    Unlike most museums, the Contemporary Arts Museum at Makiki is extremely photographer- and Lomographer-friendly. There are lots of interesting things to see and photograph. If you ever have the chance to drop by for a visit, don't forget this arts museum!

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  • A Look at Fuji Instax Mini Film

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-01-18 #gear
    A Look at Fuji Instax Mini Film

    Instant film. People either love it or loath it. After shooting over one hundred photographs with FujiFilm's Instax Mini Film I'm ready to give my review of this flash from the past film. Does it live up to what many of us remember?

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  • Sea to Crater Oahu Day Trip

    written by rav_bunneh on 2010-12-01 #places
    Sea to Crater Oahu Day Trip

    Hoping to get a sense of Oahu Island's natural beauty in Hawaii and what it has to offer, I set out for a day of exploring. Get your film and camera ready for a fun and totally free day trip that will take your from the Pacific to the inside of Koko Head Crater.

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  • Hangar 37

    written by rav_bunneh on 2010-10-27 #places
    Hangar 37

    At the heart of Pearl Harbor on Ford Island is a place that faced the full brunt of the Japanese attack on that fateful day in December. The location is Hangar 37 on the side of the old army and navy runway.

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  • Point Panic!

    written by rav_bunneh on 2010-10-13 #places
    Point Panic!

    The cry of "Point Panic!" is a familiar one to those who love vintage surfer music. Best thing is it is actually a real place on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Being a local I decided to take my instant camera down there to the water front.

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  • Bishop Museum

    written by rav_bunneh on 2010-10-13 #places
    Bishop Museum

    From tourists to the security guards -- claims of hauntings shroud the Bishop Museum in mystery. Founded in 1889 Bishop Museum was founded by Charles Reed Bishop as a way to honor is late wife Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family.

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