Category Archives: Lego Instant Camera

Black and white pictures with Lego Contessa Nettel camera

Suddenly I wanted to take some black and white pictures with my Lego Contessa Nettel camera. It seems to be a perfect match of black and white pictures with a century old instant camera. It also fits people’s impression of … Continue reading

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The blossom

Recently I purchased two plants at home. I’m obsessed to take some instant pictures for them. Focusing and composition are challenging as the objects are so close. The viewfinder are likely to have some biases. I’m using again the Lego … Continue reading

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Lego + expired film II

Shooting with expired films is an indulging experience. The pictures are so unique and there are always surprises. I particularly like shooting expired films with people. It reminds me a proverb in Chinese: With clothes the new are the best, … Continue reading

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Lomography’s article on Lego Instant Camera

Thanks Lomography for the feature of the 100 years old Lego camera. I hope it helps to preserve the great creation by the masters in the past. Kindly refer to the following link for the article. https://www.lomography.com/magazine/335554-refurbishing-a-century-old-camera-with-lego    

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A night at F22 foto space

I’m honored to participate in the fantastic opening ceremony of F22 foto space last Friday. With an elegant and classy interior, F22 foto space is a gallery focusing on photo art and contemporary design. Everything associated with this gallery has … Continue reading

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Pictures from 90 years old film camara

Follow up on yesterday’s post, here are more pictures sample from my 90-year old Zeiss Ikon Trona Lego Instant Camera. A friend of mine said it looks like pictures from decades ago, despite the obvious modern design of the film … Continue reading

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Instant back in time – Shooting with a 90 years old Lego Instant Camera

This is probably the oldest Lego Camera in the world This is my latest attempt to revive a 90 years old camera using Lego bricks together with instant films. Not too many people would have experience to use a camera … Continue reading

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