Holga 120N: From B&H to the subway

Discussion in 'Extreme, Retro, Instant and More' started by sliu, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. Unfortunately, the film was damaged by "mysterious radiation". Happened before with other Holgas and Kinaflex. Could be something wrong with Al's machine. The film is fresh NPL bought at B&H, the other roll XP2, processed at the same time, has no problem at all. All shot with bulb.
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  5. All these shots cannot be made with 120S or Pinhole Holga, so you can see the value
    of 120N ;-)

    Because I had to concentrate on holding the camera, I didn't look at the watch when I
    took those shots, the exposure is even more challenging. I am still learning.

    In the future, you will see more Holga 120N photos shot at difficult light condition
    once I master the exposure.
  6. Why change anything when you can now have "avant-garde" images to display?
  7. Why not? ;-)
  8. S. Liu,

    What a strange pattern on the film... I don't think I've ever encountered anything /that/ strange with a Holga before. :)
  9. S. LIU , jun 22, 2005; 11:08 p.m.

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