Thursday, December 29, 2016

Camera: Canon EOS IX Lite APS SLR
Lense: Canon 50mm f/1.8 EF II
Film: Fujifilm Nexia 400 APS 25 exposures

Develop & Scan: Bang Bang Geng at Publika Shopping Gallery 
Process: LR5 (crop n contrast)

1. The film came loaded in the camera.

2. The first frame could have been shot by the original owner or someone who had tried to use the camera before selling it off.

Camera: Lomography Diana F+
Black Jack
Lense: Black Jack 75mm f/11
Film: Fujifilm NEOPAN ACROS 100

Develop: Photography @ Studio8
Scan: EPSON v700
Process: LR5

1. Experimenting with continuous multi-exposure for half of the roll.

2. The roll came out loose sort of when i let it be but only realised a bit late that it was getting loose more than when i took it out from the camera.

3. It was a lesson to tighten it up immediately if possible to either check it in the changing bag or open it in a subdued light, at-least.

4. This may be caused by slow rotating of the frame for the continuous exposure.

5. It was not that bad since the frame exposure is smaller i.e not the whole film size but smaller.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

DIY colour film

processing roller

1. It was a replacement christmas holiday on 26th December 2016 good for a DIY project.

2. Started to work on it from around 2.00 pm and finished around 6.00.

3. The metal roller was bought earlier in the morning which were the smallest size but made of metal not plastic which could be slippery to roll the development canister. 

4. It was a rotating roller type when i could not find the fixed type which found to be bigger even-though they were made of pvc.

5. The size is to be as small as possible to ensure that the development canister is be able to reach the water level in the JOBO hot water tub. 

5. The timber pieces was abundance in the studio/workshop.

6. Each of the roller was fixed with screw and two of them were hold in-place by two nail to compensate the height for neck of the canister which is smaller compare to the body.

6. The other two rollers were faced outward and free to move.

7. Both pairs were then fixed to two pieces of timber plate as base which were spaced apart to allow it to sit flat not obstructing a raised bump within the tub

7. A package-wrap type string were rounded within the body of the canister to be able for a rolling motion.

8. A piece of metal L-angle was screw-fixed at one end to stop the canister from sliding out.

9. The marble in the container was used to hold the base while rolling.

10. This method is less tiring than pulling up and down the string attached to the holding cloth canister. 

11. Next one is how to mechanise the rolling using the existing motor which was able to rotate freely in one direction only but seemed slow and sticky the other way.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Ni cito bulan lepas bokali..nnti nk cek..noppp 2.5 months ago..

Lamo dh x caffenoling kata dlm hati..lepas subuh langit kelam angin sejuk so masa balik dok ingat klu lelap seraung best jugop..sampai rumoh naik katil..golek golek uhhh x jadi bendo..bikah bangung amek koci hok mno perlu..erv, gate, studio..check..semo ado..beg hop kemareng shot..ado..

Ehhh pagi benar lagi nim tpi perut pong bunyi doh..lembab la plop mamak pagi2 x ramai pong mngkin shift hujung2 ni puop nim dah letih supo nga maing bola jugop..nyo letih weyhh..

Buko kain ikat hitam pintu grill..pusing anok koci grill..cucok woh manggo..ahh biarlh lapu ni x pasang..

Bateri cair plop dah..letop tepi doh..mcm mno nk nimbang ni..kuwehh kuwehh mujo ada dua tiga utir juring papan..mujur hidup..

Cek sikit berapo formulo dio..tulis dah tapi doh boktam lamo kot dah berkarat sikit..wash soda nmpok molep berra halus, vit C pun samo..hop aloh kopi nyo berkulat kelabu weyhh..may b since 6 bln lalu last last usik..cokeh2 bulih la..timbang semo masuk cawan..amek air 500ml..campor2 ikut turutan dah tulis molep..

..Masuk freezer nk turun 20C..

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Project: The Drawers House

Architect/Designer: MIA Design Studio

Source: ArchDaily

living with nature

Camera: Canon EOS 1d Mark IV

Lense: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 nonIS USM

8th-10th December 2016


Camera: Cambo SC 4x5

Lense: FUJINON SW 90mm f/8
Film: Fomapan 100
Develop: Stearman Press SP-76EC developer 11 minutes
Scan: Epson V600 x2

Monday, December 12, 2016

Nasi Kerabu

1. This is the cheapest food and would be one of our regular dish during my childhood.

2. Basic ingredients are blue colour flower (never had it blue but a plain white in my days), rice, ulam, fish and the basic halia, lengkuas, serai, chili and bawang things..oh the ever favourite fish sauce BUDU.

3. Those were easily available and cheap ingredients and some of them even available around your compound. 

4. Today is a public holiday and apparently i found the flowers one day earlier just beside our regular mamak restaurant.

5. Some of the process are as follows:

the blue flower

after boiling the flower

the fishes

the coconut

flaky coconut

the ulams


selamat menjamu selera