10 Golden Rules on Lomography

1. Take your camera everywhere you go.
2. use it any time - day and night.
3. Lomography is not an interference in your life, but part of it.
4. Try the shot from the hip.
5. Approach the objects of your lomographic desire as close as possible.
6. Don't think.
7. Be fast.
8. You don't have to know beforehand what you captured on film.
9. Afterwards either.
10. Don't worry about any rules.

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Friday, September 28, 2012

The problem of my LC-A+

Sawadee Koh Samui
Chaweng Street, Koh Samui
Why I posted this photo?
This photo is at some cost, why?
This is the last photo before I dropped my LC-A+ RL on the hard and sturdy road.
So you get me?
Clips on the wide angle lens broken,
viewfinder of wide angle lens falling apart,
luckily I still can assemble it back.
Then I tried on the camera,
"click", yes it sound, so shutter no problem,
I thought it was no problem.
So I just keep shooting,
but then I feel something was wrong.
When I shoot at night, the shutter speed just too fast,
I just wonder.
Then I realized that the red light in the viewfinder of the camera,
didn't light up.
I wasted about 20 shots,
more importantly, which is my holiday vacation shots!!
Out of battery?
Nope, after I pull out and put it back,
the light actually blink when I press the shutter.
That's mean some contact between the battery is wrong.

So now, every time I try to shoot,
I gonna make sure that the red light is lighting.
So, after I wasted so many shots,
the next photo that I got is this.

Sawadee Koh Samui
Koh NangYuen, Koh Samui

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Shock of the day

Saturday! Shock of the day!!

When I check my email,
lomography sent me a mail that I has been awarded piggies point,
I was shock to see the points,
I thought the point was awarded for the articles that I submitted before.
But it was for other thing,
it was awarded for HOME OF THE DAY,
for Lomography Asia!

Thank you!
I love the photo so much,
and I am glad that you all love it too.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Discover of the day

Today I thought I want to try the film that I bought, which is Ferrania Solaris 100. Then I open it, with full of excitement. But when I see it, WHAT!!!! A Lomo 100 film????!!!!

Now I know that Solaris 100 and Lomo 100 are the same film. But I bought Solaris 100 with higher price. So next time, just buy the Lomo 100. Save your money.

Ferrania Solaris 100 = Lomography Color Negative 100

How about Solaris 400 and 800?? I think would be the same too.

Discover of the day, and consider as shock of the day.
Yeah New FILM!
Look so familiar

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Review on Fuji Natura Classica

Review has been done on Fuji Natura Classica.
An article has been published on lomography.com.

If you're interested on it,
please click on the link below.

First roll from the Natura Classica

Overall, Fuji Natura Classica is a good camera.
Easy to use, fast and accurate focus,
just point and shoot.
Highly recommended camera with high ISO film.
Get one if you can.
You won't go wrong with Fuji Natura Classica.
It's just classic.

Monday, September 3, 2012

I did it. 10km in 60 minutes

I ran 10km on 2nd September 2012. My target was to finish it in 60 minutes. I trained, I ran, I work out, I pushed, I jump, and I trained hard.

Finally, I did it, on Digi TC Run 2012. I finished in 59 minutes. I just keep running, I didn't take rest, I moved my legs, I was thirsty, but it didn't stop me. Good to pass the finish line. I'm not the first, it is unrealistic to finish in first place. But I achieved my target.

Set a target for yourself, set a goal, so you will know what to do. A goal will give you more clearer mind on what to achieve. At least, to break your own barrier.

Next, more 10km or longer.
Finisher medal
Finish run
Before run