my world through a plastic lens

I’m really happy with my first two test rolls from my little Holga – Now that I know what it can do, I’m really looking forward to experimenting with more film! You can see all of the results in my Holga set on Flickr, but here is a sneak peak:

Point Hope

The lovely Mat Henley at Point Hope Shipyards, Vic West


mummer's

Mummer’s players at the Winter Wassail Festival at Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse, Saanich

this is my home

Pig on the Lochside Trail, Saanich

Are you part of the solution or the problem?

Are you part of the problem or solution? Graffiti in Banfield Park, Vic West

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7 responses to “my world through a plastic lens

  1. I really like that first photo of the shipyard. I’m glad you’re happy with the Holga. It’s a camera that really started to get me interested in photography. What type of film are you using in it?

  2. Thanks Kraig! I love your Holga photos – beautiful.

    These rolls were Kodak TMax400 and Fuji Pro 400x

  3. radmama

    These are lovely!

    • thanks, sister! I’m really excited to be experimenting with inexpensive old cameras. We bought a 1980 Minolta tonight for $15. I’m lucky to live with someone who knows all about cameras and developing film.

  4. these are rad. i searched craigslist to no avail, where can i get one of these? i guess i may have to wait for garage sale season…

  5. Try Etsy, Kerria. There are a few on there I think. Also, some of the resources in my post Holga’s sells them new.

  6. These are brilliant, Mog. Haven’t yet jumped on the toy camera wagon, but hope to soon – would love to get out with you and Mat for a photowalk.

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