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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by P Bailey, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. P Bailey

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    Holga with pola filter and Agfa APX 400 film, Handheld.
     
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    These are awesome!! I especially like #s 1 and 4. The first one made me laugh, and I love the moody composition of #4. What do you mean by pola filter?
     
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    The 'pola' filter is a homemade filter that I made from a sheet of polarizing film. I used this to correct the exposure for the ISO 400 film and make the Holga a little more versatile in different light. I also have 6 colored filters which were made from clear plastic packaging and stained glass paint. They are quite functional and very cheap.
     
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    i agree.
     
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    They're great! The only problem I have is that in number 2 that tree is kind of blocking the subject. Other than that they're great. I think my favorite is number 3... very serine looking.
     
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    i like #4, mood is good
     

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