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My Konstruktor #skillsharerumble

I just started with film lomography recently after putting together my very own Konstruktor camera! It was interesting to put together and really increased my understanding on the workings and parts of a camera. These were from my first three rolls ever, shot on Lomography 400 Colour Negative Film and Kodak Ultramax 400. They depict scenes in my daily life.

Photo 1: This is a block of dormitories at the college I study at

Photo 2: Home

Photo 3: The shoes of a couple of sporting groupmates

Photo 4: Brunch at a reopened cafe called "Breadyard"

Photo 5: Sunset

Photo 6: Out at sea

Photo 7: Puteri Habour

Photo 8: A rare break from school during termtime (When I got my PADI Open Diver Certification!)

Photo 9: One of my proudest attempts at double exposures. The Legoland sign, overlapped with the special themed lego hotel

Photo 10: With one of my greatest supporters, who encouraged me to go on this film journey :)

Photo 11: Foodstagramming

Photo 12: The chill life

Photo 13: The devil is in the details

What I love about film is the tactileness of taking photos with the simple yet really clever mechanisms which enable you to manually wind after each shot, marking the capturing of a moment. It goes beyond capturing an experience, because it is an experience in itself. Every film I send for development with part-anxiety and part-excitement, yet what I receive back is a packet not just of scanned negatives but of lessons and smiles.

Check out my LomoHome, where I hope to grow and share my lomography and film experience: http://www.lomography.com/homes/denthy

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