Tag: tallgrrl

  • Quickie Tipster: Flip It. Flip It Good!

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2010-07-20 #gear #tutorials
    Quickie Tipster:  Flip It. Flip It Good!

    When boredom comes along, you must Flip It. Your camera, I mean! The results: lovely reflection-like images that look like a parallel universe.

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  • My Lomo Story: tallgrrlrocks

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2010-07-16
    My Lomo Story: tallgrrlrocks

    I've been generally intimidated by those big, sleek DSLRs. When I attempt to use one, I keep worrying if I'm pressing the right buttons and end up stressed! Lomography had me at "Don't worry about any rules," AKA Golden Rule #10, and after the first click, I felt the stress melt away.

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  • Turn an Old Mirror into a Frame!

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-03-18 #gear #tutorials
    Turn an Old Mirror into a Frame!

    Your precious Lomographs are great to look at on their own. With an old mirror, a bit of paint and a little time, you can flaunt your photo as a finer piece of home décor and make an absolute spectacle out of it!

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  • My 2011 in Analogue: Clicks and Rolls of Fun

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-12-28
    My 2011 in Analogue: Clicks and Rolls of Fun

    Looking back, 2011 is made even more special with analogue magic. With every trip or occasion, moments that ranged from long stretches to mere split-seconds were captured with a Lomographic friend. Let me share with you some highlights of a click-filled year, as I look forward to the next.

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  • Manila CitySlicker Joanne: Welcome to My Manila

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-12-28
    Manila CitySlicker Joanne: Welcome to My Manila

    The Philippines has more than 7,100 islands and countless cities and Manila is just one of them. Our CitySlickers are here to explore them with their analogue ammunition and to document their adventures through their wistful words! Here is Joanne, one of Manila's CitySlickers, and her introduction on her beloved city!

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  • A Hole in the Wall Called Nomnomnom

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2010-11-13 #places
    A Hole in the Wall Called Nomnomnom

    We all have favorite places to meet up and hang out in. Mine is a little restaurant that dishes out yummy, happy food — with big servings to boot! Nothing beats good times with friends, delicious food, and taking photos with my lomo camera. Here's to another fun night and a lot of Nomnomnom-in'.

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  • Manila CitySlicker Tallgrrlrocks: Meet Carlo Vergara, Comic Book Creator

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2012-02-29
    Manila CitySlicker Tallgrrlrocks: Meet Carlo Vergara, Comic Book Creator

    Art lies in the heart of every city! And for our Manila CitySlickers' second task, we asked them to roam around their analogue cities and know more about its artistic side. Let's take a look at what Joanne has to share with us after the stop.

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  • (Re)visiting Po-Yan Street

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-02-06 #places
    (Re)visiting Po-Yan Street

    This short street isn’t easy to spot on regular maps and getting there may involve a bit of legwork, but once you reach this interesting stretch, you’ll find yourself making a beeline for a certain shop with the big red and white sign, and enjoy the visual treats dotting the way.

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  • Film Photography Inspires Home and Interior Styling in Design*Sponge Online

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2012-02-13 #news
    Film Photography Inspires Home and Interior Styling in Design*Sponge Online

    Creative blog Design*Sponge shows how we can spruce up our living spaces with analogue photography-related objects, and other film-inspired pieces. Browse through various decorating tips, and be inspired to use your analogue treasures as cues to further give a personal stamp to your shelter.

  • Analogue Glimpses of a Digital Music Video Shoot

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-11-03
    Analogue Glimpses of a Digital Music Video Shoot

    In these times, music videos are given the electronic treatment by being shot digitally and undergoing post-production through computer technology. As an analogue enthusiast, I think it's okay to save those SD cards for another time, and retain some analogue elements by capturing behind the scenes moments on the set with a film camera.

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