Thursday, February 27, 2014

Wall Art in Malaysia .

Wall Art in Malaysia

Fuad Abdullah, aka sicknessclown on Flickr, is a film photographer from Malaysia. He's started shooting film since 2010 until now
"I was starting with Yashica FX-3 and fall in love with film photography until now. Currently I owned a few medium and 35mm format film cameras."
Below are photos of famous wall art were taken by Abdullah in a town called Georgetown, Penang and some in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
To view his  work visit his website HERE

Monday, November 11, 2013

Why use Vintage Lenses on DSLR Cameras?

Vintage lenses (even the lesser-known brands) tend to be made better than modern autofocus lenses. You know how driving a Mercedes feels better than driving a Hyundai? Same thing.
Using manual focus on those old lenses will slow you down a little. Not too much, just enough to make you think about your shot. You feel more connected to your camera and to the process of shooting.
To read more how its work read here :   Better Lenses for Less Money: How To Use Vintage Lenses with Your DSLR

How to Use Old Film Camera Lenses on Your DSLR

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Shutterbugs explore film photography in 48 hours in Malaysia.

“It is like going back in time to learn the actual art of film photography using dark rooms and processing,” said Fazilah, who works as a travel agent.
 Graphic designer Razlan Yusof, 21, felt that digital cameras were becoming boring.“Film photography makes you think before you snap. It took me a few months to get used to it,” he said.
 Photographer Paul Gadd, who is also the director of The Print Room in Petaling Jaya ,Gadd teaches film photography classes such as Basic Black & White, Darkroom Printing and Film Processing at The Print Room.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Antique Camera Exhibition.

A vintage camera exhibition held in Selangor. This showcases photographers rather than actual cameras but people can get up close and personal with rare cameras.What is better than a vintage camera?

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Happy Film Photography Day in Kuching.

This day (April 12, 2013) is inducted by Lomography as the day of the year to celebrate the unplugging of digital things and gadgets in our lives. It is a day to switch back to the wonders of the analogue life.But since April the 12th is a working day (Friday) The Lomohunter of Kuching decided the meet-up of analogue lover is on the weekend 13th April,2013 (Saturday).Lomography is encouraging lomographers around the world, to create parties, events, lomo-walks to celebrate this day. But since I have another assignment  so I could not join the event that was organize by our young Kuching talented lomographers.
Photo Credit to Shah Zur'ain from Lomohunter Kuching.  
Photo Credit to Reza Tool.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Film Photography Day in Kuching.

To rediscover the beauty of analogue, join us for a creative day where imagination is your only boundary!

On 12 April 2013, Film Photography Day Meetups will take place all over the world to celebrate film photography. But, we change the date to 13 April 2013 to suit our members who are working. Get ready your camera and film for this event.

Activity during that day :
- Guided photo tour of Kuching city
- Film photography workshop for total beginners.
- Camera exchange between members. Chance to learn how to use camera in your wishlist.
- Film swapping.
- Talent portrait photo shoot session.
- Fun photo booth (props provided)
- Lomo matrix at Padang Merdeka (if many people join)

Programme tentative :
9.30 am - Arrival of participants at Old Court House.
10.30 am - Camera and film swap session. Owner will brief on how to use the camera.
10.45 am - Talent photo shoot + street candid.
12.30 pm - Lunch & solat zohor.
2.00 pm - Lomomatrix at Padang Merdeka (if many participants).
4.00 pm - Group photo shoot. Teh Tarik + Q&A session.
5.00 pm - Film & money collection for developing at Apollo Color Lab.

So, spread the word of our event to your friends and family the one and only Film Photography Day Meetups @ Kuching.

Hidayat Maslan - 0146939254
Shah Zurain-0165793500-Viber/whatsapp.