Monday, November 8, 2010

my first Holgas: where no 2 photos are alike and each negative reveals a surprise

fence and brush

tree in the clouds

baba shooting e

shadow

give me some business, eh? take a gander!

culinary wind chimes

art booth

baba and e walking

the exquisite e

this was the best fun i've had in years with a camera. i am so stoked about the results that i'm anxious to get out there and burn a hole in my pocket shooting, which won't take long as i have a good stretch of days off coming this week. doesn't my daughter photograph so beautifully on film? i could squeal!

13 comments:

  1. Excellent shots! Nothing compares to film. If you like shooting black and white, it really is worth getting some gear together to develop it yourself. It's much cheaper and very satisfying to have control over the entire process. You don't need a darkroom to process the film.......so don't make that excuse!

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  2. Oh yes, she is absolutely beautiful on your film, especially the last one. All those pictures are truly amazing!!! I am so thrilled to see all these... Nothing can compare to film.

    Thanks for your comment to my last post. I really appreciate it. And your words touch my heart.
    Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Fantastic shots! I've had my Holga for some years now but I've hardly used it, this inspires me to start using it again!

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  4. Film is magical! I used to love to develop my pictures in the dark room and watch the image appear and I'd be giddy with excitement....oh to be able to have that dark room again and the patience with waiting. I'm in love with your captures K! ANd yes your girl is amazing in film but she would be amazing on anything!

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  5. Guess that's why Holgas are such cult favorites... every picture is special!

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  6. Fantastic photos! The photos are really unique, and have a really special look. Great work! :-)

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  7. She is stunning any way you capture her! But OMW... your work is breathtaking. Film suits you well... oh so well. XOXO

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  8. Lauren i so miss doing the work myself! it's been years (photography was my first major) but i'd be willing provided i could find any room in our tiny home :) i will definitely look into it. i miss the smell of those chemicals and manipulating the outcome of my photos.

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  9. So beautiful. Nothing can compare to film, nothing.

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  10. The second picture is magical.

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  11. these are great and your daughter looks great! i love the feeling of developing a good roll of film.

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  12. wonderful work! the first photo is breathtaking.

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  13. these are great! love the 2nd and 4th from the top. beautiful.

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