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Apr 17

Street Art in Macau.

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I keep seeing the old lady in the last photograph like she is riding the yellow horse on the wall and it tickles me so! :D

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740-024Agfa Photo CT Precisa 100, Lomo LC-A+


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Apr 12

Museum of Medical Humanities / 醫學人文博物館.

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These are some very old pictures taken on a walk to the Museum of Medical Humanities (醫學人文博物館) more than a year ago. It is part of a cluster of museums under National Taiwan University, an architecture of French influence and more than a hundred years old.

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Mar 25

Night Market.

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Mar 05

StayReal Café.

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StayReal Cafe is an extension of the StayReal brand, which is famous for being owned by one-fifth of the most popular band in Taiwan. I was in the area looking for a birthday gift and decided that it wouldn’t kill me having a cuppa somewhere that is not “small” and “independent”. In return, I was rewarded with the best lychee liqueur latte, ever.

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Negative0-36-36(1)2Lomography CN 400, Lomo LC-A+
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Jan 29

Using Slide Film in Macau.

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Okay, so this is my second roll of slide film; the first roll was used in Taichung and when I got it back from the lab, I was incredibly confused. I was not sure what to feel about the photographs and told myself to reserve my opinions at least until I’ve tried another roll. To be honest, both rolls have not turned out the way I imagined them to at all – not even close. The slides are wonderful, they are the cutest things to squint at (it’s only unfortunate I do not have a projector at my disposal) but the scans are kind of terrible.

There are a few possible reasons I can think off the top of my head: lousy scanner at the lab, inaccurate settings on my cameras, nature of films I picked, limitations of cameras I used. I suppose I was expecting super rich, super realistic colors but both rolls I got back were actually just… dull. It adds to my confusion that after spending twice or thrice as much money on film and developing in E-6, I get results that make me only half or a quarter as happy as color negative films.

Please, if you have any experience in using slide film, positive or negative (pun unintended, haha!), do kindly share. I’m still trying really hard to wrap my head around the idea of slide film and deciding if it’s worth the splurge. In the mean time, here are some snippets of our short trip to Macau in December, the photographs will come in full swing in a while.

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740-010Agfa Photo CT Precisa 100, Lomo LC-A+


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