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Hong Kong Analogue Camera Trail – Filme

Filme is very much a passion shop, where the owner is an account by day and film photographer by night! Sounds kinda like some sort of super hero. CC runs her accounting business out of the shop which helps keep her dream alive. Ya gotta make sure the bills get paid after all. http://www.thefilme.com/ A […]

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Polaroid Resurrection – Exhibition Review

Polaroid photography warms my heart. A technology that was thought to be naff and “yesterday” that has been completely renewed. The team at Film Never Die have a mission – to promote the whole Instant Photography culture, and to introduce as many people to what could become a lifelong passion. Gary and Hing are fantastic blokes, […]

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Film Never Die – Melbourne’s Polaroid Heart

Film Never Die is a stronghold for instant and film photography, situated in a little Carlton back alley. I met Hing Hshen some years ago at a Melbourne Silver Mine meetup, and loved his Polaroid cameras. Hing is a big part of sharing both the film and polaroid culture throughout Melbourne and the World! To get […]

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Compact Obsession Continues…

Went out to visit my camera buddy Hing Hshen today, at his shop “FilmNeverDie”. More on that to come… I am delighted to say I am now the proud owner of a “new in box” Olympus Mju II. This little beauty was hiding in the FilmNeverDie shop on a table, in the box, untouched. I […]

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Visiting the Impossible Project Studio in New York

Analogue Hipster. Low fi junky. Every smart phone can now take crazy good pictures. So the natural thing is to make to take these sharp, detailed images, and strip out some of the quality to make them look like they were taken using a crappy analogue toy camera or polaroid. Funnily enough, the result is generally […]

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