First a big shout out to everyone @Lomography! Their efforts to engage bloggers and users are so inspiring I cannot begin to explain my excitements and appreciations.
The Lomography Sheung Wan gallery store was re-opened after a fancy makeover. ( Let me refresh your memory about the old interior here. ) Now everything is modern, bright and refreshing – though I still very much in love with the old one of its soft lighting and retro touch.
Sam and I, along with many HK bloggers, were invited to a mysterious party called Austria Calling. The party began with a presentation where they reacquainted us with the origin and ideas of Lomography with amazing photos and a lovely story of how it all started. So, basically, to put it in their own wording – What the hell is Lomography? As a long time fan myself, I was really inspired by the presentation to put away my DSLR for a moment and start the multi-camera-bearing actions all over again.
And just as if they could read my mind! We were then invited to a night time adventure and try out the new Lomography camera – SprocketRocket. I love love love the sprocket look on the images, seriously, how much cooler can it get : P It has multiple exposure function and super wide angle lens, and you only need the regular 35mm film to shoot with. It’s like all my favourite features has come in one camera, plus the super cool sprocket look…. Speaking from my own experience, some of the lomography cameras, for example Fisheye and Colorsplash, gets a bit boring after a while because of its limited features. But I have the feeling that the versatile SprocketRocket’s gonna stay a favourite for quite some time.
A quick reminder to Lomography’s golden rule no. 8 &9.
8. You don’t have to know beforehead what you’ve captured on film…
9. …and you don’t necessarily have to know afterwards, either.
You can tell we’ve been very good bloggers to follow these lomography rules : )And even as pretentious as we bloggers are, we went all out with the crazy faces and quirky moves. Because you know, who cares? You’re not gonna see what had happened in a week or so. Sigh.
Thank you again everyone @Lomography, especially Justin, Edwin, Winki and Jodie – or whoever you are, Mustache girl. I’m so so looking forward to the upcoming projects! Props to the good work!
Bloggers in action: Sam, JJ, Jasmine, Daniel, Priscilla.
You can also click here to read Sam’s lomo party post and here to read the wanderlister’s.
Have a great day : D
Aww, such fun pictures! Been wanting to invest in a Lomo camera, you may have convinced me to!
The pictures are so great, i had super sampler back then but it broke so easily! These pictures make me want to get back into lomo cameras. Which camera do you recommand? I’m a little skeptical about gimmicky ones like super sampler and action sampler, is there one I can use as a normal camera but still have some lomo touch to it?
Thx that’s a long comment!
Love your style.
thanks for the lovely pictures girl!!! =]
Muahaha I am in love with the cross-eyed batman photo!
Where’s the Sambyl photo? Lol- my legs and your head? 😛
I looove lomography! That party seemed so much fun, I would have loved to snap some photos myself! Which reminds me, I really need to get some of my film rolls developed!
looks like so much fun!
Cool pictures!!! So funny!!!