Holga Stories

I became interested in Ektachrome 64T Tungsten film so I bought myself a roll, and shoved it in my Holga 120N. Typicaly my Holga has no light leaks but because I took the frame holder piece out a lot of light was able to leak in. Unfortunately because of the light leaks it kinda ruined some of the effects I was trying to achieve with the film, so I’m going to buy another roll and try it again.

6 thoughts on “Holga Stories

  1. “ruined”??? More like MADE the shots! What’s the point of shooting with a toy camera if not to get a surprise unique photo?

  2. I really can't understand, why You changing something what is very good? It's like in other community pages (facebook and others): "we have to change something, becouse our managers watching us"? Of course, You will be not listing us – Your users – but this new video page is sh*t. I hate it. And as I see, I'm not the only one.

  3. The first Nazi cabinet ministers must have had one of the lowest average ages of any European government in the modern era.Huh.Here are some numbers from 1917:: 55/56: 36: 47: 37/38: 41/42: 38/39

  4. Tony, are you going to continue doing mile intervals on a regular basis once you are back running? I wonder if that, over the long term, won't add to your strength and overall fitness in a way that'll make you less prone to injury. Were you only doing those to prepare for the race? What about intervals on dirt/grass, etc.? Not armchairing–just asking.PS I know for me the whole rest thing is hard to deal with. When do we really need to rest? Is there a way to make yourself rest before you get hurt?

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