Saturday, October 8, 2011

Looking through the lens of La Sardina!

Before i go on, let's have a recap of my LoBlography journey for the past few weeks! Well, around 2 weeks before, 20 lucky bloggers got hold of the La Sardina from Lomography as part of the Loblography Blogger Challenge Singapore! (You can read my post HERE!) Here's a photo of us!

All excited and hyped up for the challenge!

After getting hold of the La Sardina, i experimented with it at different areas like Haji lane, Bugis etc! After which, i brought the negative film to Triple D to develop the photos. Meanwhile, sharing my personalized view on the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography on my blog! (Read the post HERE!)

It has been a long time since i last saw negatives! Nostalgic

Without further ado, let me share with you my favourite 10 photos that i took!

Photo #1: Last weekend, Jiaqi and Joyce (she brought out her cute Hello kitty diana mini) accompanied me to Haji lane and i took this photo of them while waiting for the green man!

Photo #2: Upon reaching Haji lane, i decided to take a photo using multi exposure!

Photo #3: A shop at Haji lane was selling vintage looking bicycles! So old school!

Photo #4: Another multi exposure shot! Basically i took a frontal photo of Haji lane and using
the MX mode of the La Sardina, i took another photo of this queer looking broken ceramic tiles.

Photo #5: This has got to be my favourite shot! The amazing thing about lomo film cameras is that you never know what's the end result. Basically this is another multi exposure shot. First would be the background of Haji lane and the other is the metal grills of a shop! Amazing combination

Photo #6: Another of my favourite shot! I was waiting to cross the road and i decided to take a shot but with NOT only 2 times multi exposure, but i tried 4 shots on the same film! Trying to maintain the same background yet take different cars at different shot. Love the end result!

Photo #7: Thought it was quite cool to take a photo of foreign workers mending the road at Bugis.

Photo #8: Went over to Bugis Village and decided to take a photo of myself. Instead of just one shot of myself, i tried to incorporate the crowd into the photo. Quite satisfied with the photo.

Photo #9: Totally didn't expect a crowd at the Bencoolen street area! It felt almost like Chinatown during the Chinese New Year season. I like the dark edges vintage lomo effect in this photo!

Photo #10: Last but not least, I was quite surprised when i saw this photo! Because of the sun rays, this photo of the temple turn out beautifully. Bringing out the antique photo effect

That's all! The above are my top 10 favourite photos that i took with my La Sardina lomography camera! I would say that i'm really lucky to be one of the 20 bloggers in Singapore to try out this camera and it was totally a whole new experience! So which of the above 10 photos is your favourite? Do comment, retweet and "like" this post if you find this post interesting!