The elusive Nikon FM2 is still not within my reach. But as far as film goes, the trusty Superheadz that Dexter gave me seems like a winner. It is still amazing what toy camera’s can do.
Earlier in the year we travelled to South Korea, yes, again. And instead of lugging the heavy D7000 along, I decided that the trip should just be done on my toy camera.
So here, as always, a photowalk of Seoul, taken with the 35mm toy camera goodness.
Why did it take so long? I just didn’t get round to having them developed. Perhaps I should try developing them myself.
Stay tuned for the next photowalk!
Oh, and see the rest of the Superheadz shots here!
Stay chill all~
Upon the recent trip to Malacca, Malaysia, I stumbled across an old ruin(ok perhaps it isn’t THAT old). But then again, it was beside a busy road. This old rundown theatre in Malacca has probably seen lots of action back in the day.
Am not too sure what it was before but going by the look of its architecture, it was probably a theatre back in the day. Armed with my Superheadz Blue Ribbon, I snapped a couple of 35mm shots of the place. And i’m glad it turned out well.
Let the picture blast begin~
Its pretty interesting to think what kind of history the place holds. Still in its rustic ruin form.
I’m glad i brought a film camera along. Well if you know what was the name of the theatre or what is the history behind that do let me know! Or if it was even a theatre at all! Drop me a message or leave a comment!
Last year, Dexter passed me the superheadz ultra wide angle toy camera. Blue Ribbon logo marks the camera and my first foray into the pricey world of film.
Long was it kept in my dry cabinet since then, i finally took it out for a day of random shots. I found a box of Kodak 200’s that jean got me years ago. Which was expired. So apparently expired film can give quite a nice touch to the photos too! (Pardon the noob-ness novice at film here).
So do check out the photos with an open heart and mind. Enjoy!
Cousin Clarence was out with me that day. Orchard brought forth quite a couple of nice angles to catch. Not to mention the awesome porsches. We ended out with flying the Phantom, which will be in another blogpost.
Till the next photowalk.