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Cabazon, CA / 3.31.07. Shot with a Holga.
this is basically how this image came out of the camera I just adjusted the contrast level a bit. looks like if forgot to advanced the film in the camera.
Holga 120GN Black & White Eary Grey 100 120
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.
A picture of some scarves for sale in Camden Market. I've applied a fake holga script to make it interesting.
Ephrata Cloister, taken with Holga on 127 Day (Jan 27). Yes.. I know it's 120 film :)
Atop the Aros Museum in Århus, DK.
Holga 135, fuji velvia 135, crossprocessed.
Holga, SFX in Finol
Salt print onto Arches Platinum, gold toned
I took this photo back on a misty, snowy morning on my way to Enniskillen. The camera was a plastic, toy camera called a Holga and I only just got a moment today to develop the film and do a couple of prints in the Darkroom! I have photographed this tree a few times in the past, but this is by far my favorite.
Holga 120GCFN with Fujifilm 800 speed color film. Converted to black and white in Photoshop using the high contrast red option; toned in Lightroom.