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Posted on Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 5:31pm

ISO: N/A, Shutter speed: N/A, Aperture: N/A,
Camera: N/A, Flash: N/A, Cropping: None,
Lens: N/A, Focal length: N/A,
Captured: Can't remember,

This is the first Holga photo I've put up and before you say it's crap, that's the whole point of using Holgas.

I've got another similar one I may post tomorrow, will see how this goes down. I'm definitely going to be using the Holga again. It's just a shame it takes so long to post them what with all the developing and scanning etc.

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Mal, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 5:41pm
Certainly not crap Jamey, It's great. Really like this. Mal

Bex, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 5:48pm
I like it, it's got a nice feel to it.

Suby, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 6:23pm
Interesting angle and shot bro. Suby

Tom PH, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 6:36pm
I'm not sure how i'd take this image if it were from your 20D but I certainly like the fact that your putting in hard graft and experimenting with traditional methods. Good on ya

milou, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 7:27pm
Good stuff. Looks like it was shot by someone falling from the top floor window.

groovyf, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 11:06pm
I think the camera's basicness adds something to the 'urban-ness' of the building. Nice subject matter for the camera at hand.

chris, Wed 20th Dec, 2006, 11:11pm
yeah it produces a really nice effect, i like it

m i k e b, Thu 21st Dec, 2006, 2:25am
i love it. i am going to get my hands on one of these one day. i can't wait to see more jamey.

Jon Swainson, Thu 21st Dec, 2006, 8:38am
I like the effect these holgas give. They give a mysterious, surreal look that sucks you in. Nice shot.

Richard, Thu 4th Jan, 2007, 12:17am
Nice. Liking that a lot. Excuse my naivety but where can you get Holgas from and are they expensive?

Jamey, Thu 4th Jan, 2007, 10:59am
Rich - should be easy to find online. Got mine from The Photographers' Gallery in London.

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