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  • #21139543

    shared by heyhussain on 2016-04-20

    Lomo 100 on LCA London Dec 2015

  • #21139757

    shared by heyhussain on 2016-04-20

    London Sept 2016 Portra 160 shot with the Nikon fm3a.

  • #19596477

    shared by hey_springtime on 2014-04-27

  • Doubles without Borders

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2014-04-30

    Uniting North & South Korea on film +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_ Which world do you prefer? One that's overrun with commercials or one that has zero?

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  • Girls

    shared by hey_springtime on 2014-05-07

    Light painting

  • The blues I saw in Seoul

    shared by saniie on 2014-06-17

    I love every minute I spent here and I am so glad I captured the beauty via 135mm film that enthralled me. Hope you guys enjoy; I sure enjoyed A LOT. :)

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  • #19831438

    shared by wongeugenie on 2014-07-20

  • travel

    shared by gateau on 2014-10-25

    travel

  • #20192351

    shared by gabrielaholcer on 2014-12-20

  • #20275569

    shared by candilsw on 2015-02-06

  • #20449004

    shared by habong on 2015-05-12

    #La Sardina #SEOUL #SOUTH OF KOREA #HANGANG RIVER

  • [Bukchon] Crowd

    shared by singleelderly on 2015-06-11

  • Eyes On You

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-07-02

    Lomo LCA+ Double Exposures

  • #20664797

    shared by lomografin on 2015-08-27

  • #20664792

    shared by lomografin on 2015-08-27

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    shared by lomografin on 2015-08-27

  • #20773320

    shared by youngyoung on 2015-10-08

    #今天起生活在旅行裡

  • #20784317

    shared by chokladelefant on 2015-10-14

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  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

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  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

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  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

    1
  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

    3
  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

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  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

    1
  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

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  • #SeoulFashionWeek #Part2

    shared by arguspaul on 2015-11-12

    Return to Seoul Fashion Week. After having such a great time back in March shooting portraits during the Spring session of Seoul Fashion Week, I knew I’d return for the Fall session in hopes of meeting some more colorful people. I was not disappointed. Glamour was everywhere you looked. Professional models came outside and mingled with their fans, while aspiring hopefuls caught the attention of various media outlets. At any time, you could turn and see interviews being conducted and walkway struts performed on the concrete. With so much spectacle permeating through the UFO-like architecture of Dongdaemun Plaza, a surreal experience is impossible to escape. Which I believe is why these events are so popular. Rest assured I hear John Berger speaking in my ear. The only thing that had really changed was security. There were noticeably more guards at entranceways and exits. Organizers also decided to restrict access to the trademark DDP staircase. Only designers and their models were allowed to walk up or down them. Which was fine with me, though it would have been nice if it were open to the public like last time. This closing off of space caused more people to be corralled into the plaza area, and pushed others into the main walkway that rises to meet the city street. It made my practice a bit more hectic but lively as well. All in all, I am happy with the event and can’t wait until next year to continue this portrait series!

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  • #20875577

    shared by elatedle on 2015-11-30

    KOREA 2014. #holga135 #korea #seoul #travel

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  • #20906005

    shared by luckykkachi on 2015-12-21

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  • #20930559

    shared by kimpy05 on 2016-01-06

    Technically, these photos were not lost. It's just I was not able to develop them along with my other films back when went to Korea. This means these films have been left for more than a year!

  • #20930563

    shared by kimpy05 on 2016-01-06

    Technically, these photos were not lost. It's just I was not able to develop them along with my other films back when went to Korea. This means these films have been left for more than a year!

  • #20984939

    shared by jennyakiko on 2016-02-01

    Seoul, South Korea - January 2016 #fujifilm #100iso #minoltaX-370

  • #20984935

    shared by jennyakiko on 2016-02-01

    Seoul, South Korea - January 2016 #fujifilm

  • #21029696

    shared by apexchi on 2016-02-27

  • #21039194

    shared by joosung on 2016-03-03

    lomo lc-a, london

  • #21034330

    shared by joosung on 2016-03-01

    #lomography

  • #21034324

    shared by joosung on 2016-03-01

    #lomography

  • #21138464

    shared by hey_springtime on 2016-04-20

    #cherryblossom #x-pro #LC-A+

  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

  • Seoul Fashion Week: Third Eye’s The Charm

    shared by arguspaul on 2016-04-19

    The 2016 Spring Session of Seoul Fashion Week went off without a hitch between March 21st and the 26th. Continuing my project of fashion portraiture taken during this event, I was pleased to find enthusiasm had grown from the last time I stumbled into the alien-like Dongdaemun Design Plaza with my twin lens reflex camera. This being my third time attending, I decided to focus on creating a great many of my “third eye” portraits. I had made a few before during my last two visits but I felt this time I really wanted to push how many I could capture. Though of course, I also experimented with other forms of composition. All in all, I think this session of SFW was the most productive I’ve had. Maybe it’s because I’ve grown familiar with it and know what to expect. Maybe it was luck. Either way, I felt totally at ease moving through the crowd. In a weird way, I felt like I was dancing. As if I was moving to the external rhythm of the event. And then suddenly, there would be these beautiful moments of meeting new people and creating a connection. Being given permission to really look at someone is a strange mixture of intense sensitivity. Not only that, but for me, there is always a sense of spectacle and the apparition of glamour that adds another level of fascination to Seoul Fashion Week. I continually hear John Berger’s thoughts echoing in my own third eye as I witness this new cultural tradition take place in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

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  • #21013655

    shared by dlp on 2016-02-17

  • Winter in Purple

    shared by magrifas on 2016-03-06

  • #21125039

    shared by heyhussain on 2016-04-13

    London April 2016 Ilford HP5 Shot with a LCA

  • #21125270

    shared by heyhussain on 2016-04-13

    London Feb 2016

  • #21125282

    shared by heyhussain on 2016-04-13

    London Feb 2016

  • #21120385

    shared by merveebasturk on 2016-04-10

    #FPD2016 #analogphogrphy #filmphotographyday

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  • #21120384

    shared by merveebasturk on 2016-04-10

    #FPD2016 #analogphogrphy #filmphotographyday

  • #20555461

    shared by steamtug1959 on 2015-07-05

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