Tag: fuji provia 100f

  • Cross Processing Colour Guide

    written by singleelderly on 2012-05-25
    Cross Processing Colour Guide

    Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?

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  • Sprocket Rocket - Double Panorama

    written by singleelderly on 2010-11-27 #gear #tutorials
    Sprocket Rocket - Double Panorama

    Sprocket Rocket shoots “extra-wide angle” panorama with the width of two 3:2 photos, which is really wide indeed. Yet you must encounter some occasions one day that even this amazing rocket is not enough, then you need to “double” the panorama!

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  • Fuji Provia 100F Meets Xpro: Overwhelmingly Green with Red and Blue Spots

    written by andyresag on 2012-03-30 #gear
    Fuji Provia 100F Meets Xpro: Overwhelmingly Green with Red and Blue Spots

    Mix a roll of Fuji Provia 100F daylight color reversal 35mm film with cross processing and call your dish greenscale film! That's what I got when I tried it out -- a torrent of green!

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  • Sunday at Chatuchak! (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-19 #places
    Sunday at Chatuchak! (Bangkok)

    Go to Chatuchak and find yourself leaving Thailand with an overweight luggage! Try to stick to inanimate objects so you don’t come home with a cute furry little animal!

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  • Ancient Ayutthaya

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 #places
    Ancient Ayutthaya

    The morning after a heavy night in Khao San, we decided to hop on the local train, head pumping and all, but with one mission in mind – to go back to the old school: the ancient city of Ayutthaya!

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  • Reviews on Rewind: Fuji Provia 100 (35mm and 120)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-03-27 #gear
    Reviews on Rewind: Fuji Provia 100 (35mm and 120)

    Itching to try a new slide film? If you haven't tried shooting with Fuji Provia 100F, whether in 35mm or 120 format, why not put it on your "films to try" list? But, if you want to find out first what your fellow lomographers have to say about it, we bring you a Reviews on Rewind installment dedicated to this popular Fuji slide film that yields blue-ish and green-ish hues!

  • Versatile Provia: Fuji Provia (120, 100ISO) User-Review

    written by sarahboat on 2010-01-13 #gear
    Versatile Provia: Fuji Provia (120, 100ISO) User-Review

    As I am only entering my 10th month of shooting with my Holga, I consider myself to be a rookie of sorts. It didn't take me long, however, to discover the surreal and impossible beauty of slide film.

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  • Sunset on Chao Phraya River (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 #places
    Sunset on Chao Phraya River (Bangkok)

    James Bond was in an action-packed boat chase on the Chao Phraya River in “The Man with the Golden Gun” but you can also opt to enjoy a nice sunset along its waters instead.

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  • Santorini Island in Greece

    written by dogma on 2008-11-11 #places
    Santorini Island in Greece

    This summer I had luck to visit one of the most beautiful places in the world – Santorini Island. I was shocked when I saw that incredible view when I step out of the boat. Thousands white-blue, small houses where sitting on the edge of high, rocky, lava, mountain.

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  • Phu-Phu-Phuket!

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-20 #places
    Phu-Phu-Phuket!

    Stay a good week in Phuket and realize that even that is not enough! Explore its countless beaches, go all out in Bangla, meet the Buddha, surf if you are lucky, catch the stunt show, shop til you drop…. And the list goes on.

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  • Fuji Provia (35mm, 100 iso) User- Review

    written by jhen89 on 2009-09-06 #gear
    Fuji Provia (35mm, 100 iso) User- Review

    I was amazed and surprised by what Fuji Provia 100F has done to me upon my first try with it. You got to experience it yourselves!

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  • Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-18 #places
    Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Bangkok)

    The name says it all. Behold the most revered Buddha in Thailand. It is truly magnificent. He even owns three fly outfits to match the season which was specifically made on the King's request. Too bad he doesn't like having His picture taken, but here's where He lives...

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  • Stonerfairy on the Fisheye No.2 x Multiple Films

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-10-04 #gear
    Stonerfairy on the Fisheye No.2 x Multiple Films

    Singapore's Stonerfairy is one of our community stars and her amazing collection of Lomographs taken with every camera imaginable and film format possible are ones to gawk at! She's taken the time to review the Fisheye No.2, share experiments, tips on which films to pair it with, and how to heighten your all but fishy experience!

  • Hello Bangkok City

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 #places
    Hello Bangkok City

    Bangkok was our first stop in the land of the smiles. It is the main capital of Thailand with Suvarnabhumi airport acting as a hub to hundreds of international destinations. Sawadeeka Thailand!

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  • The Grandiose Grand Palace (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-19 #places
    The Grandiose Grand Palace (Bangkok)

    Walk through the halls of the Grand Palace, the former residence of many Thailand royals and the origin of many historical events…

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  • Krazy Kool Koh Phangan!

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-17 #places
    Krazy Kool Koh Phangan!

    Besides being famous for it’s monthly out of control Full Moon parties, Koh Phangan itself is a spot in Thailand worth checking out especially if you are the avid sun worshiper like me!

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  • Kepong Metropolitan Park, Kuala Lumpur

    written by jhen89 on 2009-08-10 #places
    Kepong Metropolitan Park, Kuala Lumpur

    Kepong Metropolitan Park, a paradise for all Kite Enthusiast, and lomographers I say.

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  • Krabi Beach, Thailand

    written by jhen89 on 2009-08-11 #places
    Krabi Beach, Thailand

    Krabi, known as the island paradise in Thailand. With its beaches, water and sun, I call it a heaven instead. =D

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  • The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus

    written by jhen89 on 2009-08-10 #places
    The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus

    The first purpose-built UK university campus in a foreign country. The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus.

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  • “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland

    written by dogma on 2008-11-07 #places
    “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland

    If you ever gone travel through north east Poland and accidentally arrive in to a small village “Stanczyki” don‘t leave it without seeing one really impressive location. Just ask local people where could you find “Stanczyki” railway viaducts.

  • Spinalonga Island

    written by dogma on 2008-10-17 #places
    Spinalonga Island

    Spinalonga is a Spinalonga island - tiny dot of land and Cretan sea guarder! It's an island situated in the Bay of Elounda. The history of the name 'Spinalonga' is in itself subject to conjecture but it is widely accepted that its roots lie somewhere in the Olous, Olondi, Elounda location and the words meaning long and thorn. Spinalonga is actually the name of the sizeable but slender peninsula and on maps the small island is identifiable by the name Kalidon.

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  • Elunda town in Crete Island

    written by dogma on 2008-11-22 #places
    Elunda town in Crete Island

    If you are tired of your job, of routine and everyday running, you need a vacations and good rest? Well then this location is write thing for you. Elunda - it’s a small fisherman village located in Crete island. I have heart that lot of tourist love that place and now I understand why:

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  • Vai Palm Beach in Crete Island

    written by dogma on 2008-10-16 #places
    Vai Palm Beach in Crete Island

    The exotic sandy beach of Vai with the unique palm trees wood in Europe is situated at a distance of 94 kilometers far from Aghios Nicolaos at the Northeast and 24 kilometers eastern to Sitia. It has been named after the word “vagia”, meaning “palm tree” or “rims of palm tree” in Greek. According to the local legend the wood had been grown from the stones of dates thrown away by Arab pirates or Phoenician merchants set ashore at the place.

  • Klang Old Town

    written by ash3r on 2010-09-01 #places
    Klang Old Town

    Klang town is located across the Klang river, both the north and south ends of the town are connected through bridges, where the Klang Old Town is located right at the south bank. Prior to year 1870, Klang was the Selangor state capital and administrative center, as well as the tin mining exportation center, until the British colonial government moved the administrative center to Kuala Lumpur.

  • Train station in Marijampolė

    written by dogma on 2009-01-08 #places
    Train station in Marijampolė

    Marijampolė it‘s not a big town. It‘s in the seven place by size of all Lithuanian towns, but it‘s my home town and I Love it. Marijampolė don’t have a lot famous locations, but there are some which you definitely need to see.