Fujifilm Love


Inspirations, Photography

Early this year, I left my MacBook Pro in the airplane, then now I lost my iPhone. Yes, such a clumsy year for me. So, now I’m a bit troubled and itching to buy a new one. Sorry, I have become depended with specific gadgets. And so I’m having a bit of dilemma on what […]

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October 8, 2013

Beach Photos using Film


Photography

I’m so happy that I get to have a lot of visitors lately because that means… I have a reason to go to the beach!!! I’m doing the happy dance now… Right now, I’m enjoying the scenery of white sand beach while drinking fresh buko juice and coffee plus blogging on the side with a […]

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August 24, 2013

Going back to film


Artisan Life, Photography, Travel w/ Me

I’m an Instagram lover… as you can see I made a column every sunday. Let’s face it, it’s easier, more filters… but seriously, nothing beats the hard way. Despite everyone’s upgrading to a higher resolution digicam, I tend to go back to the old days… films! These are my shots from my Diana mini. I […]

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October 8, 2012

Happy New Year


Photography

Just dropping by to greet you all a Happy New Year. I’m wishing you all more laughters, love and great health. For us creative people, more ideas to inspire others. I have a lot of plans for this year, for Yellow Hauz, Artisan and for myself as well. I really hope they will come to […]

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January 1, 2012

Film roll…


Photography

I got addicted to Jack, my lomo cam… It’s actually a little harder than using Oris {my Nikon d40}, it’s inconvenient and expensive. Taking the shots were not as easy as I thought, and the process of going to the mall to have it developed and scanned; the expenses you occur for the film and […]

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September 30, 2011

Taiwan – Lomo photos!


Artisan Life, Photography, Travel w/ Me

Here are some of our photos taken from my Diana Mini, named Jack. Most of the shots were really damaged and turned out green, for some reason I and my mentor, Heintje cannot understand, hehehe. But some of them I find really cool despite the film scratches and discoloration. Feels like an artsy photo, hihi.

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September 26, 2011