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Cabazon, CA / 3.31.07. Shot with a Holga.
the only bit of sepia toning i ever did...
downtown columbus, ohio.
View from the Scottish West Coast rail line, Holga 120GCFN on Fujichrome. Thanks to Guin for the film.
Holga camera in NYC
400 ISO Fuji black and white film
now that I have more contacts since I last uploaded this shot... figured I'd put it to the front of my stream, as it's one of my favorite photos that I've ever taken, that way more people can see it.
I really want to go back to shooting film.
My holga has a tendency to have ghost images on the bottom of the frame, in a sightly different place than where it should be. See where her jacket is doubled on the lower right? I don't think all holgas are this way. (edit: I like this quality of my holga a lot, actually)
Holga 120N, PXP in EFD,
Kallitype onto Kozo paper, MT1 Selenum toner 1+200 1 minute
Holga 135 / Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400
Holga with a #2 closeup adapter taped to the lens, my arm, a sunflower head from Paula's garden.
Holga 120GN Black & White Eary Grey 100 120
Moersch Easy Lith
Holga, SFX in Finol
Salt print onto Arches Platinum, gold toned
exploring the holga lens on my canon
Dress: Happy Andrada - Fashion Art
Holga 120N - Astia 100
Holga camera with seriously expired Agfa APX400 film, printed on color paper. Shot near Tampa, Fla. The title comes from a chapter/poem 5 of the Tao Te Ching:
The Tao doesn't take sides;
it gives birth to both good and evil.
The Master doesn't take sides;
she welcomes both saints and sinners.
The Tao is like a bellows:
it is empty yet infinitely capable.
The more you use it, the more it produces;
the more you talk of it, the less you understand.
Hold on to the center.