Tag Archives: camera

Film is Not Dead

Film is Not Dead

Delve into the development process of film rolls and black & white photos. By: Dania Amiril Film photography is making a comeback. Numerous photography enthusiasts are returning to the craft’s roots... 

Canon PowerShot N2: Point and Selfie

Canon PowerShot N2: Point and Selfie

Review: Canon PowerShot N2 The advent of technology has spawned many wonderful inventions: the iPhone, next-gen gaming consoles, and noise-insulating headphones. And then we have the Canon PowerShot N2,... 

Leica T-Series: Beauty in Simplicity

Leica T-Series: Beauty in Simplicity

Review: Leica T-Series It’s not a surprise that camera company Leica has succumbed to societal demands, not so much giving up on analogue photography, but more of giving in to “consumer” digital... 

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom: Kapture The Moment

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom: Kapture The Moment

Review: Samsung Galaxy K Zoom In recent years, Samsung has built smartphones with a heavy focus on photography – namely the Galaxy S4 Zoom and the Galaxy Camera 2, which saw mixed opinions from consumers.... 

Fisheye Baby 110

Fisheye Baby 110

In 1972, Kodak introduced the 110 film format to suit its pocket-sized cameras. As the digital age dawned and film cameras lost popularity, the cartridge-based format joined the likes of other ‘dead’... 

We ♥ Lomo

We ♥ Lomo

By Daniel Ong When Retro started making rounds in the scene, it brought along with it a friend – Lomography, which is the art of taking photographs with a Lomo camera and also the latest craze... 

The Great COMEX 2009 Sweep: Part 2

The Great COMEX 2009 Sweep: Part 2

Now that our earlier piece has handled the big buys of desktop computers and laptops, it’s time to look at the other side of COMEX: the consumer electronics and gadgets section. Of course, this being...