Camera : Canon AE-1 Program
Film : Lomography Color Neg 800iso
Location : Marina Promontory, Singapore 2011
Very honored to be invited to the N.E.mation! 6 Bloggers’ Animation Workshop, which took place on Tuesday (25 October). It was great fun working with my hands at the Stop Motion workshop.
After understanding what Stop Motion was about, we got a chance to experience how a simple Stop Motion clip is made using very simple materials like colored papers and some markers!
Here is my partner (@tangenghui) hard at work!
And a glimpse behind the scene after all the drawing and cutting …
The software (AniMaker) was easy to grasp and very user-friendly, we go the hang of it very quickly and here is our short (and very simple) Stop Motion clip on the adverse effects of air pollution. This was all done in under an hour, including everything from the drawing, cutting and putting everything together. And, it’s our very first attempt, so… try not to laugh (too much) ok? :p
Overall, it was an awesome evening. I learned something new and met some cool peeps.
For more info on N.E.mation! 6, visit : http://nemation.sg/ !
Camera : Diana F+ CMYK
Film : Lomography Black & White 100iso
Location : Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 2011
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The Kodak Elitechrome EB was the first slide film I chanced upon as a new analogue photographer (or Lomographer).
As fate have it, I found 2 expired rolls of the Kodak Elite Chrome EB on eBay, and I finally mustered enough courage to give it a run in my beloved Diana F+ (with 35mm back). I wasn’t too sure how the photos will turn out, since I’m new at this whole analogue photography thing, and I’ve never tried Slide film, let alone expired ones, before.
I was pleasantly surprised by how my shots turned out.
And, one of the shots even looked like it came out through the time machine!
Interested to see how it does in low-light conditions, bulb-mode and perhaps multi-exposures??
Maybe now it’s time for you to give this a shot? Tell me how it went!
Camera : Canon A35F (Rangefinder)
Film : Fujifilm Superia
Location : Somewhere near the CBD, Singapore 2011
For the life of me, I couldn’t remember exactly where I took this, but I know I was walking around Raffles Place – Marina Promotory that day?? But whatever, I captured this moment, and now it’s mine.