Me, copywriter, iPhone owner, spoilt for photography choice
Me Love Lomo Lady Diana
Me Love Lady Diana so pretty in her plastic
Me Love Lady “never know what you’re going to get” Diana
Me Love Lady “unpacking it is part of the fun” Diana
Me Love you Lady Diana, me take you on holiday, take photos like this
If you want free Lady Diana, you go buy something at Hang Ten stores in December, you maybe win one (secret tip)
Posted in consumer, cool stuff i like, creatives, free stuff, my real life, photography, purchase process
Tagged camera, competition, consumer rituals, diana mini, hang ten, lady diana, lomo, unboxing
More delightful iPhone discoveries. While feeling bummed about the price of Lomos and having to ‘collect them all’, I thought to search for Lomo in the App store and… tah dahr. Happy Times. Check out some from the aptly entitled Lomo App, and the Quad Cam App. Collect them all!
LC-A Normal on LOMO app
Quadcam love to the poster above my bed.
Quadcam love to Sarah in the lift
Apply Lomo filters to existing shots (this one's a polaroid)
View from the top of Wembley Square on LC-A Normal Lomo
Posted in cool stuff i like, online, photography, seen around town, shopping
Tagged camera, filters, iphone applications, lomo, my branded life, quad camera, rad, south africa
Worried y’ulle. Posted a bunch of my Shake It ‘roids on Facebook and some cre8ive said I was ‘inauthentic’. Want 2 die. FML. What’s the point in living if I’m not ‘authentic’. Need 2 get on this ASAP. Been thinking of ways to ‘increase my levels of authentic output’. Since Polaroid doesn’t make film any more, am considering taking the negatives of my MSWord copywriting documents to ORMS ‘to be scanned’. Heard scanning negs is quite authentic. What do y’ulle think? Should I ‘write short stories about being high with my Yashica & submit them to VICE mag’? Should I quit my job and ‘go work in Amsterdam’? Heard that’s also quite authentic, but maybe a bit faddy.* Maybe I’ll take a job in an ‘exotic country in the East’ and then just not deal with the authenticity overload and not be real enough to stick it out and ‘get over being authentic’ & come back to my ‘reality in suburban Cape Town’. Am kinda desperate 4 some cre8ive approval here so pls let me know what u think I should do before i ‘die from being inauthentic’. Peace y’ulz. Just need ur help. And affirmation. So insecure right now.
Please send any authenticity u can spare 2 email@example.com
*Don’t know the difference between a Trend and a fad? no probs. Dr Dre will explain:
“I’m a trend, I set one every time I’m in
I go out and just come back full circle again
You a fad, that means you’re something that we already had
But once you’re gone, you don’t come back, too bad.”
- Dr Dre aka the ultimate ‘authentic cre8ive’
Posted in creatives, LOL, personal branding, photography, SA cool kids, trends
Tagged am i authentic enough, being authentic, creative snobbery, digital vs manual, iPhone, lomo, my branded life, photography, polaroid, pretentious creatives, Shake it, yashica
Captured by Reigun and his Diana F+, from the birthday. It is still July. I have until the end of the month to talk about the birthday / accept birthday gifts / refer to the birthday / post pictures from the birthday.
Portrait of the blogger and her boyfriend's chin
Portrait of the blogger with her 'real writer' friend Lauren.
Portrait of the Diana camera by the Diana camera (I don't know how he did it either).
i is copywriter
i is love Lomo camera because
Lomo let me be visually cleative
without having to dO
me love Lomo
Next me buy fish-eye lens Lomo
even though art director boyfriends scorns it
Art Directors – they love HOLGAS
Posted in advertising, consumer, cool products, creatives, photography
Tagged advertising, art director, boyfriend, cheesy, copywriters love lomos, creatives, cybersampler, fish-eye lens, lomo, my branded life, photography, reijer, visual cliche
more to come later.
i know. not blogging enough. because there’s a lot on my desk at the moment that isn’t just rad happy times to blog about. will get back to normal soon, i promise. i did get round to spending a lot of time scanning in photos i found in my drawer. the yellow ones were taken with a Lomolito Yellow Flash. the square ones are my dearest Polaroid, and the rest were taken by my parents and grandparents, so i’m not too sure. i scanned them in to get on top of my film photos since I just got myself a Lomo Cyber Sampler which i’m snapping with at the moment and it’s all in aid of a scanning backlog. enjoy.
My birthday party 2007
My birthday 2007
My birthday 2007
My birthday 2007
Playing with the Polaroid.
Polaroid fun (photo taken by Rei)
Jean and me on the Johnnie Walker Bus at the Loerie Awards 2007
King James balcony 2007, taken by Sue Stewart
Mom and me, taken by my dad, 1980s
My mom and her sister, Joburg, 1950s
Posted in my real life, photography
Tagged black and white, film, lomo, lomolito yellow flash, manual photography, mybrandedlife, non-digital photography, polaroid pictures, prints, scanned