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FHM Singapore July 2015 Nikon FM2 + Kodak Portra 160 #film #analog #35mm #filmisnotdead

FHM Singapore July 2015 Nikon FM2 + Kodak Portra 160 #film #analog #35mm #filmisnotdead

This is Meerly, avid film shooter and general manager of Lomography Singapore. I have never seen a photo of her not smiling. She once invited me to shoot street with a lomo camera. It was good fun  You can see her lomography photos here: www.lomography.com/homes/meerly  blog   •   facebook   •   twitter

This is Meerly, avid film shooter and general manager of Lomography Singapore. I have never seen a photo of her not smiling. She once invited me to shoot street with a lomo camera. It was good fun You can see her lomography photos here: www.lomography.com/homes/meerly blog • facebook • twitter

Learn how to use your camera underwater to take photographs in the ocean! http://www.thewanderinglens.com/underwater-photography-how-to-take-split-landscape-photos/

Underwater Photography: How to Take Split-Level Photographs

Learn how to use your camera underwater to take photographs in the ocean! http://www.thewanderinglens.com/underwater-photography-how-to-take-split-landscape-photos/

After completion of 7219 (https://vimeo.com/65525587), it was back to the drawing board with the next film in mind. Thinking it through day and night even while taking a poop, it was concluded then that it was going to be a hyperlapse film of Singapore.   The location scouting sessions were put up alongside with many many nights of lonely shooting to commence once locations were locked down. The limited quantity of music in my iPhone proved to be a saviour as it alleviated the torture…

After completion of 7219 (https://vimeo.com/65525587), it was back to the drawing board with the next film in mind. Thinking it through day and night even while taking a poop, it was concluded then that it was going to be a hyperlapse film of Singapore. The location scouting sessions were put up alongside with many many nights of lonely shooting to commence once locations were locked down. The limited quantity of music in my iPhone proved to be a saviour as it alleviated the torture…

In August I was flown to Singapore, for one day, to appear as a judge on an episode of the reality TV show "The Big Shot 2." The competitors assignment was to shoot images in a nightclub, conveying the theme "It's getting late." It was up to me (and  best insider information on film

In August I was flown to Singapore, for one day, to appear as a judge on an episode of the reality TV show "The Big Shot 2." The competitors assignment was to shoot images in a nightclub, conveying the theme "It's getting late." It was up to me (and best insider information on film

Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/features/whos-who/grant-hunter-141.html GRANT HUNTER Grant Hunter is the creative lead of the London 2012 mascot design team and co-author of the Urgent Genius book. He is the regional creative director, Asia Pacific for iris Wordwide, responsible for creative output across India, China Singapore and Australia. Image: Grant Hunter   At the moment I am working on... Johnnie Walker’s Formula 1 branded content platform, “Step Inside the Circuit”…

Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/features/whos-who/grant-hunter-141.html GRANT HUNTER Grant Hunter is the creative lead of the London 2012 mascot design team and co-author of the Urgent Genius book. He is the regional creative director, Asia Pacific for iris Wordwide, responsible for creative output across India, China Singapore and Australia. Image: Grant Hunter At the moment I am working on... Johnnie Walker’s Formula 1 branded content platform, “Step Inside the Circuit”…

The Color Engagement: Samuel and Jessica's Pre-Wedding Shoot

The Color Engagement: Samuel and Jessica's Pre-Wedding Shoot

For his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the next 2 to 4 hours. Then he spliced the photos together in order to display the sun rising or setting in a single image…

Dozens of photos from the same spot layered to show the passing of time [7 pictures]

For his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the next 2 to 4 hours. Then he spliced the photos together in order to display the sun rising or setting in a single image…

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