Tag: manila

  • Call-Out for Film Swap Participants: Lomography SG x Lomography PH

    written by basterda on 2012-01-16 #news
    Call-Out for Film Swap Participants: Lomography SG x Lomography PH

    Lomography Singapore and Lomography Philippines will collaborate on a film swap. Merge your lomographic imagination with your fellow Lomographers and take part in this project. Read the full article for more details.

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  • La Sardina Tours Manila with icuresick

    written by icuresick on 2011-10-10
    La Sardina Tours Manila with icuresick

    When Lomographic Embassy Manila announced that they're bringing La Sardina to their stores here in the Philippines, I emailed them and asked if I could "beta test" it. Team Manila, the official Lomography distributor in the Philippines, replied and was kind enough to allow me to use one. On August 20, I got the Fischers Fritze at their store and went shooting immediately the next day.

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  • Lomography Manila Team in Motion with the LomoKino: Chamie Shoots Around Town

    written by basterda on 2011-11-15
    Lomography Manila Team in Motion with the LomoKino: Chamie Shoots Around Town

    We, here at Lomography Manila, love all things analogue! In this moving pictures series, we, your friendly neighborhood web team, present you our vintage-like ventures with our newest Super 35 camera -- the LomoKino! First off, let's take a peek at our designer Chamie's first roll ever...

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  • Team Asia 1 LC-A race journal

    written by northwardnimbus on 2009-08-11 #news
    Team Asia 1 LC-A race journal

    Scans from Team Asia 1's Lomo LC-A Race journal! Have a look-see!

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  • Call-Out for LomoMatrix Manila Participants

    written by basterda on 2011-03-31 #news
    Call-Out for LomoMatrix Manila Participants

    Hello there, analogue freaks! Have you heard of stop motion videos using 35mm films? In the Lomographic community, this is popularly known as LomoMatrix. Groups of brilliant analogue photographers in London, Chile, and Berlin have already created their own LomoMatrix masterpieces and all of them are amazing to watch!

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  • Japan Camera Hunter Comes to the Philippines!

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-12-12 #news
    Japan Camera Hunter Comes to the Philippines!

    Bellamy Hunt of JapanCameraHunter.com was recently in Manila and we had the pleasure of meeting him one picturesque afternoon. We visited a local photo shop and caught the sunset while asking some analogue questions in between. Find out more about the Tokyo-based film aficionado in this Lomography exclusive!

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  • Beautiful Muses and Dreamy Locations: Film Photographs by Aleyn Comprendio

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-09-27
    Beautiful Muses and Dreamy Locations: Film Photographs by Aleyn Comprendio

    Armed with SLR cameras and mostly expired films, Aleyn Comprendio from the Philippines captures beautiful photographs with the serene, ethereal quality that is unique to film. In this quick interview, Aleyn tells us more about herself, her fascination with film, and her dreamy photographs.

  • Lomography Manila is looking for CitySlickers to write for us!

    written by basterda on 2011-10-26 #news
    Lomography Manila is looking for CitySlickers to write for us!

    We are looking for dedicated Filipino Lomographers who want to get more involved in the international Lomography Community. You will become a representative of Lomography in your city or town, as well as a well known regular contributor to the Lomography International Magazine, and get freebies, opportunities and LomoLove from us! Sound awesome? Know the details after the break.

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  • Jan Michellardi: Gloomy and All Sorts of Lovely

    written by basterda on 2010-09-01
    Jan Michellardi: Gloomy and All Sorts of Lovely

    "He was alone and young and willful and wildhearted," Jan Michellardi quotes. And maybe she is, too. She might be young but her photographs, on the other hand, tell another story beyond these mere adjectives. Meanwhile, let us join her Universe as she talks about how lonely things and empty spaces continually amuse her.

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  • The Panoramic and Subaquatic Canon Autoboy D5

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-09-21 #gear
    The Panoramic and Subaquatic Canon Autoboy D5

    Right before a beach trip, I found my aunt's Canon Autoboy D5 from the '90s lying around the house. I took the waterproof film camera with me to Boracay not knowing what condition it was in, but the gamble paid off as I got four rolls of great vacation photos from it! Find out why this Canon camera is an ideal travel snapper here.

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  • Manila CitySlicker Felix: The New Guy

    written by feelux on 2011-12-27
    Manila CitySlicker Felix: The New Guy

    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 Felix, one of Manila's CitySlickers, and his introduction on her beloved city!

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  • Manila Camera Style

    written by basterda on 2011-04-04
    Manila Camera Style

    Roman Pido and Johann Espiritu of Manila Camera Style share the story behind their humble photography project, which features conversations about film and film cameras among analogue photography enthusiasts in the Philippines.

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  • Lomography is Hiring in Manila!

    written by kazarareta on 2010-07-02 #news
    Lomography is Hiring in Manila!

    Mabuhay! Fancy an out-of-the box job and ready to be surrounded by a global network of like-minded analogue photography & lifestyle enthusiasts? We're hiring hardworking and passionate individuals to work for our International Web Team!

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  • Conquering the World, One Doubles Project at a Time

    written by boobert on 2012-03-16
    Conquering the World, One Doubles Project at a Time

    How does one travel the world with limited resources and limited vacation leaves from work? For us lomographers, this would not be a hindrance. Conquering the world is within reach.

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  • Manila Through the Eyes of the LC-Wide

    written by snoop on 2011-05-20
    Manila Through the Eyes of the LC-Wide

    Our team is spread out throughout the whole world. From New York to Tokyo and back, Lomorgaphy is all around. During the testing phase of the LC-Wide, I met with the Manila team and we took it for a spin... Maybe you recognize some of your favorite writers...

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  • Redscale: You Know You're Officially a Lomographer

    written by boobert on 2012-09-25
    Redscale: You Know You're Officially a Lomographer

    Using redscale film or having to DIY your own redscale film, you know deep inside that you are now officially a lomographer. This is because redscale is uniquely used by lomographers. By now, there are hundreds of apps that would recreate a lomograph, but the real thing is still way, way better. Still, there hasn't been an app that would create the beauty of a redscale photograph. Filters yes, but still no dice!

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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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  • Around Town with the Canon Autoboy D5

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-10-09 #gear
    Around Town with the Canon Autoboy D5

    Last time, I gave you a hands-on review of the Canon Autoboy D5 as a travel camera—testing it under and over water, rain or shine—during my beach trip to Boracay. Here's how it performs as an all-around camera, going from home to studio and work to play. Just like before, it produced great shots all day, every day!

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  • Manila CitySlicker Angel: What Manila Means to Me

    written by angelf on 2011-12-26
    Manila CitySlicker Angel: What Manila Means to Me

    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 Angel, one of Manila's CitySlickers, and her introduction on her beloved city!

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  • The Walled City of Intramuros

    written by mainemaine on 2010-04-05 #places
    The Walled City of Intramuros

    What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than going to Intramuros, Manila? When everyone opted to go to the mall, watch a movie, and dine in a fancy restaurant, my hubby and I decided to go the "Walled City" of Manila.

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  • Manila CitySlicker Leslie: This Is Home

    written by stuckintraffic on 2011-12-23
    Manila CitySlicker Leslie: This Is Home

    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 Leslie, one of Manila's CitySlickers, and her introduction on her beloved city!

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  • The Best of Both Worlds: Two Countries in One Frame

    written by gelagoo on 2010-10-04
    The Best of Both Worlds: Two Countries in One Frame

    Returning to my birth country with a newborn passion for photography has led me to one exciting opportunity: catching two countries in one roll of film. Read on for my experience in reconnecting with my roots, analogue style!

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  • Bang Your Head at Club Dredd

    written by tallgrrlrocks on 2010-06-29 #places
    Bang Your Head at Club Dredd

    Take a load off, knock a few bottles back and get yourself and your eardrums pleasantly smashed.

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  • Roaming Manila with Film Cameras in my Hands

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-02-24 #places
    Roaming Manila with Film Cameras in my Hands

    I roamed around Manila with film cameras in my hands to capture images that show interesting places, tell untold stories, and reveal unexplored corners of this unique city that I call home.

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  • Too Many Walls in Intramuros

    written by basterda on 2010-07-08 #places
    Too Many Walls in Intramuros

    Who says that anything that's related to one's homeland's history is unendingly boring? Take a look around the Hispanic walls of Intramuros and see for yourself!

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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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  • Whilst We Wait in the Press

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-12-21 #news
    Whilst We Wait in the Press

    As we counted down the days to the much-awaited exhibit, Whilst We Wait and its founder, our very own Erin Emocling (basterda), were featured in some of the Philippines' leading newspapers and online publications. Read about Whilst We Wait in the press after the jump!

  • Lomo Therapy: A Free Lomography Seminar in Manila

    written by kazarareta on 2010-04-09 #news
    Lomo Therapy: A Free Lomography Seminar in Manila

    Time for some Lomo Therapy to unwind and cool down in the summer sun! Join us in Manila for a free seminar on the basics of Lomography, and meet new friends sharing the same brand-new passion for analogue!

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  • Daily Grind 5: These are the Things we Love - A Gathering of Like Minds

    written by kazarareta on 2010-02-12 #news
    Daily Grind 5: These are the Things we Love - A Gathering of Like Minds

    For Daily Grind Sessions 5th installment, it’s all about contrast. A gathering for skaters, longboard junkies and lomo shutterbugs through several exhibits and previews - and the launch of the Pink Fisheye 2 in Manila!

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  • The Balangay Sails Again

    written by halfawakehaiku on 2009-07-24 #places
    The Balangay Sails Again

    A wooden boat fashioned after the relics of our culture. Inspire and learn about our proud history and the way to find ways to reclaim.

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