Doubles With You: Hhjm vs Mangpong

2010-03-21 8

A doubles collaboration taken during the Chinese New Year. The redscale film perfectly complemented the strong colors of the Chinese ornaments!

I have received a Lomo LC-A camera, already loaded with film, from my boyfriend. He let me try out to repeated transfusion. He was taken to Bangkok locations. And nearby, such as Nachonchaisri, Pattaya and let me rotate the film (color negative film but made to redscale) back then.

Chinese New Year last chance I took that film to doubles with Chinese Temple (Leng Nei Yee 2) a date many people came to pay homage to respect themselves and the family fortune. The color of redscale film and Chinese ornamental looked good harmonic exceedingly, when taken repeat that my fans have taken, the results as I am very happy I love it.

written by mangpong on 2010-03-21 #news #hhjm #redscale #chinese-festival #mangpong #doubles

8 Comments

  1. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    great gallery =)

  2. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    great doubles :D :D

  3. hhjm
    hhjm ·

    wow!!!!!!!!!

  4. born-to-ruin
    born-to-ruin ·

    Wowzer! What a gallery! Like this a lot!

  5. mangpong
    mangpong ·

    thank you all ^________^

  6. stouf
    stouf ·

    Wawawiwaaaa !!! So niiiice !

  7. mangpong
    mangpong ·

    :D

  8. dakadev_pui
    dakadev_pui ·

    really great!

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