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4-minute exposure on Reala with the Holga.

And here's the digital preview version.

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  1. Susan Sandérus 64 months ago | reply

    Just too gorgeous. Instant fav.

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    Seen in your Holga 120GN set. (?)

  2. am-y 62 months ago | reply

    This is amazing. Just shows what a cheap plastic camera can do.

  3. justfilm 62 months ago | reply

    This is quite stunning considering it came from a Hoga..I guess it goes to show that it's not the camera but the photographer.

  4. mugley 62 months ago | reply

    Nah, it's the light.

    A camera just has to be capable of pulling the image in, and the photographer just has to point it in the right direction for the right amount of time. Good light excuses all camera faults and a reasonable amount of photographer faults.

  5. mugley 62 months ago | reply

    The Holga's not a disadvantage here BTW. A low-contrast lens is really handy for holding detail in high-contrast light.

  6. justfilm 62 months ago | reply

    Accept the compliment. You have lots of excellent photos.

  7. mugley 62 months ago | reply

    Heh, thanks. The Holga really helped here though, I have the digital preview to prove it.

  8. Antonio Álvarez [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

    excellent shot!
    im inspired to try some night shooting with my holga

  9. { Amy } 55 months ago | reply

    Fantastic tones.

  10. Marlsie 53 months ago | reply

    Gorgeous shot!

  11. aga_ko 50 months ago | reply

    Beautiful light!

  12. Jim Purcell 48 months ago | reply

    Fantastic! I really like this photo!

  13. jonathan sander 46 months ago | reply

    wow featured on dps, nice.

  14. Fernando Ortiz Verdu 24 months ago | reply

    What a beautiful capture.

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