Tag: uws

  • Drifting around in New Zealand

    written by scrabbyknees on 2011-11-16 #places
    Drifting around in New Zealand

    My experience with the beauty of nature in Rotorua, North Island in New Zealand.

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  • Fuji T64: The Lady in Pink

    written by cwyeung on 2011-06-19 #gear
    Fuji T64: The Lady in Pink

    When tungsten films were replaced by the white balance function of digital cameras, Fuji film is the only company that still produces consumer grade tungsten film, Fuji T64. After this lady goes through the baptism of C-41 solution, I am left with different shades of reds and surprises of MX shots.

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  • Exacta 135: The Cheapest Camera Ever?

    written by kneehigh85 on 2012-04-12 #gear
    Exacta 135: The Cheapest Camera Ever?

    When my good friend nicolas_noir told me he had purchased 17 brand new cameras for £11, I did not hold out much hope for the sort of quality photos the cameras would produce. Always in the mood for a bargain, however, I decided to take the plunge and see what happened.

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  • Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim: Mind Your Fingers!

    written by syira690 on 2011-12-18 #gear
    Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim: Mind Your Fingers!

    Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim (UWS) was my first toy camera. It was the beginning of my love towards Lomography.

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  • 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!

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  • My Review on Fuji Sensia 400

    written by veato on 2011-11-08 #gear
    My Review on Fuji Sensia 400

    There aren't many film types I've used and not liked in one way or another. On the other hand there are some films I've used and I've been utterly amazed. Which category does Fuji Sensia 400 fall into? Read on to find out!

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  • Rollei Nightbird (35mm, 800iso): Your Photos Drenched in Wine

    written by gborin on 2011-06-08 #gear
    Rollei Nightbird (35mm, 800iso): Your Photos Drenched in Wine

    This is a different kind of redscale film, from the famous Rollei brand, another member of the "creative edition" series.

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  • 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.

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  • Kodak Ektachrome VS (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by jhen89 on 2009-09-25 #gear
    Kodak Ektachrome VS (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    The finest analogue creature made by Kodak ever! It's the awesome little Kodak Ektachrome VS!

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  • Sto Niño de Basilica de Cebu and Magellan's Cross

    written by bluemie5 on 2009-06-02 #places
    Sto Niño de Basilica de Cebu and Magellan's Cross

    The Santo Niño de Cebú ("Holy Child of Cebu") is a Roman Catholic depiction of the Child Jesus, similar to the Infant Jesus of Prague, and other venerated statues.

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  • Mount Tahan and Taman Negara (National Park), Pahang

    written by nea on 2011-08-18 #places
    Mount Tahan and Taman Negara (National Park), Pahang

    Besides being the home to the glorious Mount Tahan, Taman Negara is also the habitat of thousands of rare and endangered species of flora and fauna that create one of the most diverse and complex ecosystems in the world. Not only that, it is also the home to some indigenous people called, the Batek clan. This phenomenal nature diversity in Taman Negara is a veritable treasure not only to Malaysia but to the planet.

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  • My 2012 in Analogue: Smiles For My Cameras

    written by yokekei on 2012-12-20
    My 2012 in Analogue: Smiles For My Cameras

    Time flies. It's December again. I found that I used analogue cameras instead of digital cameras in 2012. To be honest, I almost forgot about my digital camera but my analogue cameras are always with me almost everyday.

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  • The ALA Rooftop

    written by ethermoon on 2009-06-21 #places
    The ALA Rooftop

    The rooftop in the famed ALA Apartment is the best place to hang out during afternoon talks and what-nots!

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  • Film Destroying With Lemonade

    written by jazz_cafe on 2013-01-30 #gear #tutorials
    Film Destroying With Lemonade

    After seeing some very wild effects of film destroying with chemicals, drinks, etc, I thought I'd give it a bash. Lets just say I was slightly disappointed...

  • Santa Monica Park & Recreation Place

    written by ethermoon on 2009-07-17 #places
    Santa Monica Park & Recreation Place

    Santa Monica Park & Recreation Place is located in Pavia, Iloilo. It is a 20-30 minute drive from the city proper and downtown, or 15 minute fast drive from the International Airport.

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  • Fuji Sensia 400 (Expired) - A difficult balance

    written by cwyeung on 2011-02-11 #gear
    Fuji Sensia 400 (Expired) - A difficult balance

    Besides Fujifilm's Provia 400X (RXP), it is getting more and more difficult to find fresh ISO400 slide films.

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  • Easy C-41 Black & White

    written by fash_on on 2010-07-02 #gear
    Easy C-41 Black & White

    Nice Black & White film for easy mini-lab (C-41) processing. Works well in most conditions, sunny or overcast, and in low tech cameras (without metering).

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  • Lorong Kulit Flea Market, Penang

    written by nea on 2011-08-19 #places
    Lorong Kulit Flea Market, Penang

    Formerly known as Thieves Market, the Lorong Kulit flea market is one of the must-see places when you are in Penang. Located near the city stadium, it operates daily in the morning. And no, it's not a market full of thieves or selling stolen stuff nor is it just an ordinary flea market, it's actually a vintage bazaar.

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  • Fujicolor C200

    written by ethermoon on 2011-09-22 #gear
    Fujicolor C200

    I was curious about the results that Fujicolor C200 would produce every time I had my films developed. They were arranged in a clean shelf in a pyramid pattern. So we decided to try and use this film. C200? Albeit it emphasizes 200 ISO.

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  • Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)

    written by bluemie5 on 2009-06-02 #places
    Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)

    Fuerza De San Pedro is a military defense structure, built by Spanish Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu.

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  • Sohar Fort Musuem

    written by mvsunit on 2009-03-06 #places
    Sohar Fort Musuem

    This was the first stop on the touristy places that my folks brought me during my stay in Oman over the holidays. It is situated about a 10-minute drive from the city center and a couple hundred meters from the shoreline, or they what the call corniche. I was a bit disappointed when we read the poster on the door that it was closed for renovations. I would just have to settle shooting its perimeter.

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  • Urban Adventures at Marina Barrage!

    written by scrabbyknees on 2011-12-19 #places
    Urban Adventures at Marina Barrage!

    Get down to Marina Barrage in the afternoon for a fun-filled afternoon with picnics, card gaming, kite flying, and bubble blowing! Marina Barrage is a dam built across Marina East and Marina South, and has a main structure that resembles somewhat like a stadium but somehow looks like a hurricane. It has a majestic 360 degree view of both the sea and the Marina Bay area!

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  • Bait Al Zubair Museum

    written by mvsunit on 2009-01-15 #places
    Bait Al Zubair Museum

    First and foremost, Friday's not a good day for museum-hopping in Oman. Those being run by the government were closed. The privately-owned Bait Al Zubair Museum was open on that day because of a group of tourists from a cruise ship that was docked in the nearby port in Muttrah district.

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  • Ewha: A Great Place for Youngsters in Seoul, South Korea

    written by yokekei on 2012-04-13 #places
    Ewha: A Great Place for Youngsters in Seoul, South Korea

    The area of Ewha is well-known for being a great place to get the latest trendy fashions for the younger generation. It is located near the Ewha Womans University campus. For this trip, I brought along my Olympus XA2, which is loaded with expired DNP Centuria 200 and Eximus UWS which is then loaded with expired Fujichrome Provia 100F.