Monday, May 2, 2011

Plastic & Film.

It's been a while since i shot on a Holga with 120 film. Actually, to be honest i can't remember the last time i didn't use one with the polaroid back i have. There's something so amazing about the anticipation of shooting a whole roll of film (or many many more) and having no idea whether any of the prints turned out... it's lucky after not having shot with a Holga in a while if two or three shots turn out, and totally expected if they're all full of light leaks and double exposures. I remember as a kid being handed a Holga by my parents and playing with it in disbelief that something so light and toylike could actually produce amazing pictures. This time around the camera came to Cornwall, a place where the surroundings make the photos and not vice versa.


Anonymous said...

oooh, i like these a lot.
also: i need to visit cornwall someday.

IndiaMorgan said...

story book cornwall, you are my fairy princess, but with rubber boots on, because you are practical.

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