Posts Tagged ‘lomography’

More Lomo Photos Developed


Yaya in the Clouds

I got a bunch more film developed from my trip to Peru along with one random roll from about a year ago. I am pretty happy with most of them. View them all here.

Overlooking Cusco

Machu Picchu


Alex, Li and Kamal

Sam & Jenn

Vietnam in Short


Finally getting a chance to sort and upload photos from my trip to Vietnam. The vacation overall was really great. Ho Chi Minh city is hectic, loud and chaotic. Even more so than Shanghai. At times got a bit too stressful for a vacation. The best part of the trip was by a long shot the 3 days of relaxing on the island of Phu Quoc. We had a bungalow on the beach, and waking to this view every morning is pretty amazing.

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Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Saigon, Vietnam

I also took some shots with my Holga. I am really happy with how they turned out. This is my first try at cross-processing my film. Some of the shots are a bit dark, but most of them I really like.

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B&W Firsts


I picked up my first roll of B&W film that I have ever shot. They were taken with my Diana+. None of them turned out great, but at least I have learned that 100 ISO B&W film does not like cloudy days and no flash.

New Lomos


I got some Lomo photos back from being developed today. Some are from this past Spring when I was in San Francisco. Others are from here in China. The ones in China were taken with my new Diana+ and 38mm super wide angle lens. Check them out on my Flickr.

Lomography in Shanghai


Lomography Shop in Shanghai

The other day we went and checked out the new Lomography shop in Shanghai. They had pretty much everything you could imagine, and the guy working there was more than knowledgeable. Even if you aren’t into Lomography this shop is cool to check out.