New holga shots

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  1. mygrain

    mygrain Friend to nose goblins everywhere

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    Here are some new holga photos. Be as brutal as ya like- I need it....and it makes me feel loved. :wink:

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    I love the classic holgaish (if I may :) ) look.
     
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    mygrain Friend to nose goblins everywhere

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    Yeah holgas are great...It's real hard to mess up with them. As long as you're in focus then you pretty much have a great photo.
     
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    Love this Holga look. I really need to try one of these. In the first I would have liked to see the ending of the railings on the left hand side of the photo. Just seems to end a bit abruptly for my eye.
    Love the second as is, the vignette is great and the texture makes the photo.
     
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    I cropped a bit hard on the top photo. I'm scanning MF negs on a 35mm flatbed. There is a bit more there but I'll need to rescan the goods. I like the second one too. It continues more on the top but the bricks start to flow the opposite direction and took away from the movement in the photo...Thanks.
     

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