Tag: airport

  • Travelling to the Other Side of the World

    written by vicuna on 2009-10-19 #news
    Travelling to the Other Side of the World

    Like most of you know now, I moved this summer from Nice (metropolitan France) to Raiatea (French Polynesia). Of course, during the travel I had my LC-A+ and my supersampler always with me... Let me tell you the story of this great travel to the other side of the world...

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  • Rad Redscales: Who Says you Can’t Shoot Redscale Indoors?

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-09-10 #gear #tutorials
    Rad Redscales: Who Says you Can’t Shoot Redscale Indoors?

    Conventional wisdom says you need lots of light to shoot a roll of redscale film. Typically, this means shooting outdoors. But did you know that it’s actually not necessary to shoot redscale outdoors?

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  • My Most Embarrassing Christmas Story

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-01-05
    My Most Embarrassing Christmas Story

    How many people know this story, you get stuck in traffic, or take a wrong turn meaning that you get to the airport after check in has closed. The people in their perfect little uniforms tell you you can't get on the flight. You protest because the plane is still sitting there, its a domestic flight and they haven't even started boarding yet.

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  • Hangar 24 Brewery in Redlands, CA

    written by ilovemydiana on 2009-09-07 #places
    Hangar 24 Brewery in Redlands, CA

    Located just on the outskirts of town next to the Redlands Airport lies a little twinkle in the eye of Redlands... The Hanger 24 Brewery! So strap yourself in, Ace! Fly on down and lets all have a drink!

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  • Up in the Air: I believe I can fly!

    written by vicuna on 2012-12-04
    Up in the Air: I believe I can fly!

    Flying was always a dream for me since my childhood. I love taking planes, especially small ones where you can see everything the pilot is doing. Well, I waited a long time (until my 39th birthday) but now, the time has come to fulfill my dream: become a pilot of ultralight planes!

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  • Fukuoka Airport, Japan

    written by unknownsoldier on 2010-12-03 #places
    Fukuoka Airport, Japan

    Fukuoka is located in western Japan; due to its proximity to Korea as well as China, Fukuoka is positioned to become the next tourism and trade hub in Asia. This airport is also considered to be the "gateway to Asia", but if you're just spending a lazy afternoon, no need to go inside, just look for a comfy spot near Fukuoka Airport and instantly get an amazing view of the planes that are departing - and landing in the busy airport.

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  • Kodak SO 553 – The Special One

    written by wil6ka on 2013-06-10 #gear
    Kodak SO 553 – The Special One

    Ah, before I forget, I want to write this review about this film. What's it called again? Ah right: the Kodak SO 553. It is quite a strange one! Coming in the similarly mysterious, unrevealing yellow boxes, like the Vericolor Slide, Technical Pan or SE Duplicating films. And all of those are kinky crazy. So checking this one, it came with a promise.

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  • I'll Be Home For Christmas Flash Rumble

    written by shhquiet on 2011-12-17 #news
    I'll Be Home For Christmas Flash Rumble

    Sometimes, there's just unavoidable circumstances that make us miss Christmas with our family. But no matter how many miles nor how many continents are in between us, we'll always be home.

  • Up in the Air: Fly with Malaysia's First No Frills Airline

    written by yokekei on 2012-12-20 #places
    Up in the Air: Fly with Malaysia's First No Frills Airline

    We all love to capture airports, flights, sky and clouds every time we travel by plane. Although they are seemingly identical photos, the time, places and people are totally different. The most important thing is that each flight's memories is unique and the only one.

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  • Travelling with the World's Best Cabin Crew and Hospitality

    written by maduz on 2011-09-12
    Travelling with the World's Best Cabin Crew and Hospitality

    Cruising with the best cabin crew and treats of all time. Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia both, are the greatest that Malaysia has ever had in terms of aviation services.

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  • Runway of Hong Kong International Airport - Sunset on the Horizon

    written by singleelderly on 2010-08-08 #places
    Runway of Hong Kong International Airport - Sunset on the Horizon

    The airport is not only a terminal and buildings. It is also a cool place to witness the sunset on the horizon and very close-up to the amazing site of landing and taking-off airplanes - best spot of course is the end of runway. Even if you are not into planes you will be impressed by the sites there!

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  • Up In the Air: Winnipeg's James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

    written by gelagoo on 2012-11-27 #places
    Up In the Air: Winnipeg's James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

    The moment I stepped into this building, I didn’t expect that this small airport is a big contributor in reuniting immigrant families in this city.

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  • Sydney...from a Girl from the Suburbs View

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-08-13 #places
    Sydney...from a Girl from the Suburbs View

    I have lived about one and a half hours north of Sydney my whole life before moving overseas. We went to the big smoke for school trips, special events, and shopping. Upon returning home and showing my Canadian boyfriend around the city, these were the places I had to show him and would recommend to anyone visiting!

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  • Terminal 4

    written by jelga on 2008-10-14 #places
    Terminal 4

    If you are lucky enough, in your next trip to Madrid you will land in the new Barajas´Airport terminal. The T4 was inaugurated in February 2006 and a few months later it received the RIBA Sterling Award, one of the most prestigious architecture prizes worldwide.

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  • Love, love, love: A Date Spot at the Airport

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-03-02 #places
    Love, love, love: A Date Spot at the Airport

    Singapore’s Changi Airport is one of the best airports in the world – and for good reasons. One of the best reasons I can think of is the number of spots you can go for a date.

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  • Spooky Spots: Husein Sastranegara International Airport: An Airport Next to a Cemetery

    written by hervinsyah on 2013-10-09 #places
    Spooky Spots: Husein Sastranegara International Airport: An Airport Next to a Cemetery

    Husein Sastranegara is an airport in my hometown, Bandung, Indonesia. It's located in front of a cemetery called TPU Sirna Raga.

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  • Kinetic Public Art at Brisbane's Airport

    written by ilkadj on 2012-08-31
    Kinetic Public Art at Brisbane's Airport

    If you've ever wondered why the streets are so packed near Brisbane's Airport, check out the new art installation that they have on the airport's new Domestic Terminal short-term multi-level car park. You'll definitely want to slow down your car too and take in the magnificent view of the art installation.

  • Munich Airport by Mistake

    written by eyecon on 2009-01-28 #places
    Munich Airport by Mistake

    Actually this location is an accident! Because normally I was traveling for business to Thessaoniki / Greece but due to all the meetings it turns out I didn't had any time to take pics in Greece. I was already frustrated about, so that I shoot the film while I had to wait in Munich Airport for the transfer flight.

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  • Sheremetyevo Airport

    written by grad on 2008-12-10 #places
    Sheremetyevo Airport

    Sheremetyevo is an international airport located north of Moscow. it's one of three airports of Moscow/

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  • Up in the Air: My Memories from Flying from Sydney to Los Angeles

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-12-19 #places
    Up in the Air: My Memories from Flying from Sydney to Los Angeles

    The Sydney to Los Angeles flight is one of the longest flights in the world, and as I am a native of Sydney but I live in Canada, I have done this flight more times that I would have liked to. Luckily, I have captured some images with some simple plastic cameras that you can use them during take-off and landing!

  • The Art of Falling Tear Drops

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-08-28 #places
    The Art of Falling Tear Drops

    This newly-installed work of art is stopping visitors in their tracks. As part of Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 1’s $400-million upgrade, the airport installed a sculpture that was truly mesmerizing. Read on to find out where.

  • An Afternoon at Tempelhof Airport

    written by vgzalez on 2011-10-18 #places
    An Afternoon at Tempelhof Airport

    The former Tempelhof Airport nowadays, is one of the most amazing public parks in Berlin. Its history is full of feats and achievements which make it one of the essential stops in the city.

  • Bthere Magazine Features Lomography!

    written by cruzron on 2011-02-08 #news
    Bthere Magazine Features Lomography!

    Bthere, the Inflight Magazine of Brussels Airlines, has recently paid homage to our analogue love Lomography! Check out what they had to say after the jump!

  • Birmingham Airport

    written by jamesfrew6 on 2008-04-27 #places
    Birmingham Airport

    Birmingham airport or any airport for that matter is a great place for

  • Up in the air: The Air Force Museum Soesterberg

    written by stratski on 2012-11-22 #places
    Up in the air: The Air Force Museum Soesterberg

    The quiet village of Soesterberg used to be a thriving airfoce airbase. These days the airstrip is only used as a shortcut for cyclists. The planes have all gone to the lovely airforce musem (motto: where time flies) on the other side of town.

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  • Love at First Lomo: A Romantic City Break with My Pearl Blue FishEye

    written by megdouglas on 2012-04-09
    Love at First Lomo: A Romantic City Break with My Pearl Blue FishEye

    In Summer 2011 I was off to New York from London to compete at the United Nations Congress Ju Jitsu Championships. Set up for a win. Unfortunately my time in the Big Apple coincided exactly with the first Hurricane to hit New York in what seemed like forever. The competition was cancelled, a lot of training and preparation was wasted, but all was not lost as while there I fell in love - with analogue photography.

  • Hong Kong International Airport

    written by lihooi on 2010-08-22 #places
    Hong Kong International Airport

    Chek Lap Kok Airport, succeeding and replacing the Kai Tak Airport, became Hong Kong's International Airport in 1998. Handling 45,560,888 passengers in year 2009 alone, it's now the world's 13th busiest airport so you're sure to bump into someone interesting!

  • Hahn Airport

    written by jogintas on 2008-04-27 #places
    Hahn Airport

    Vacation can be real vacation only if you can get yourself far away from your everyday environment. No phone-calls from your boss "well, maybe you could stop by just for a second, cause we are having difficulties with the project" and so on. If you are far away from your home, you can even start forgetting the day of the week or even the time itself... How to do that? Cars and boats are expensive and quite lazy, so we have to choose planes... Good news: Frankfurt Hahn airport in Germany is one of the best stops in the whole Europe. You know why? Because you can go everywhere you want - this airport and of course some of the air-companies offer cheap flights to... Murcia in Spain or Verona in Italy... Or Africa... Or whatever you want.

  • Up in the Air: Australia's Newcastle Airport

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-12-13 #places
    Up in the Air: Australia's Newcastle Airport

    Newcastle Airport in the Australian state of New South Wales is around 2 hours north of Sydney, and it serves the Hunter region in getting people to popular domestic airports using some of Australian low cost airlines. One of my first ever flying memories came from this airport, and I recently visited to see how much it had changed.

  • Up in the Air: We Went Back Again!

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-11-20 #places
    Up in the Air: We Went Back Again!

    This year we visited the same country and city twice. Where is this city? It’s none other than Bangkok, Thailand.