I bought a Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner yesterday and played with it to scan my old slides and some recent black and white negatives. Definitely not a perfect film scanner but it’s fun to use and fast. Here are some of the scans I did.
Shot with Canon P and 35mm f/2 LTM as part of my darkroom processing lesson. I was looking for shadows and highlights when I was shooting these. Film used was the black and white Kodak TMax 400. Enjoy the rest of the photos below.
Durian seller at night near Bencoleen street. Shot with Minolta CLE and Minolta Rokkor 40mm f/2 on Kodak TMax 400 black and white film. Cropped to have a square format.
Camera: Minolta CLE Lens: Minolta M-Rokkor 40mm f/2 Film: black and white Kodak TMax 400 Shot at night, wide open at f/2. Exposed to the highlight on the ground which gave me a shutter speed of 1/30 sec if I remember correctly. Have a blessed weekend, everyone.
Ceki is a card game popular within the Peranakan and Hokkien community. I don’t know how to play it though. This was taken on the night before my brother’s wedding in January 2003. Family members gathered for dinner and then played this ceki card game. Small amount of money were involved just to make it
Shot on black and white Kodak TMax 400 film. It was pushed 2 stops to 1600. I met this boy practicing his Chinese flute at the Stamford Arts Center last weekend. I first heard the loud sound the flute produced when I was inside the compound, hence I walked around to track where it came
Film photography is not dead. Not now at least. Some believe that it will still be around for a long time. Many hope it will be. Me included. I will not give up digital photography, but it’s just fun to shoot film every now and then. I miss the unique sound of the shutter of
I decided to try out this lomography after ignoring it for so many years. But I decided to try out the unusual one, hence I bought the Sprocket Rocket panorama camera. It takes 2 frames per picture. And the cool thing about it, you can shoot the image on the entire film including those where