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Phil by sramage Phil by sramage
Phil, taken on my Holga with out of date 35mm slide film, cross processed then scanned in.
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lomoedan Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010
cool... i love it
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jessichu Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010
I love this
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matias15 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2009  Professional Photographer
This photo is awesome!!!
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amonotoneromance Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2007
hahh very good shot, great lighting, wise use of the holga 35mm effect, and lots of character.
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m0riendi Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2007
beautiful work! :D
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visitinghours Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2007
Great shadows and lighting.
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yXy Featured By Owner May 6, 2007   Photographer
it really give a very nice colors and tones..
:dohtwo: his expression...shocked to see himself getting shot
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gyrocam Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2007
Is that 35mm film, in a medium format camera?
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sramage Featured By Owner May 2, 2007   Photographer
yeh, it was out of date 35mm slide film, in a Holga camera, then cross processed :-)
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ErinGibson Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Phil rules. This is such a great photo. Its so far outside of the style of photo that you typically see done with Holgas. I love it.
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2007   Photographer
thanks, it was taken in a couple of mins at the end of a studio session (the "proper" shot for college is also in my gallery), we had already packed up but had 5 mins to spare so we got unpacked again, and just used one flash to save time cos i really just wanted to use my holga in the studio, haha!
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andrika Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2007
i love it. candid moment, beautiful lighting, great colour palette...almost monotone. goodwork.
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2007   Photographer
thanks, i really liked the colours on the background, especially the green tint it must have got from the cross processing :)
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idosyncratic-romana Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007
oh thats so cool!
could work as a proffesional shot too,
just needs cropping
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blueish Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007   Photographer
perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
why thank you :-)
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audeladesombres Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007
superbe
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
thanks :D
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ClaudiaMorais Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007   Photographer
How do u get these great great results with 35mm..? A lot of black tape around every inch of your Holga?
Btw, I love it...
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
no black tape at all actually! only a little piece of card taped over the red bit on the back of the camera to save light getting in there, no other light proofing required though! :-)
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ClaudiaMorais Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
Really? Cz I’ve tried with 35mm film with that kind of protection and the film came out really burned, I could hardly see what I shot. Well, I guess every Holga is unique, so mine may require black tape everywhere =) Thks for the tip anyway!! :thanks:
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007   Photographer
no probs, i might just have got lucky with a "well made holga"! haha! the back of mine always falls off when its in my bag but its always when its dark so its never caused any noticable damage! :D
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ClaudiaMorais Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007   Photographer
See? Mine doesn't even fall off..! :tears: :sniff: :no: LOL
U be well XX
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a-douglas Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007   Photographer
awesome man!!
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sramage Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007   Photographer
thank you :D
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cei- Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2007  Professional Photographer
Really interesting that you've used 35mm in the 120 format Holga - love the way the image goes right up to the edge of the film! How did you mount it and get it to wind?
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sramage Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2007   Photographer
well the film was wedged in with blue-tac top and bottom and just run straight accross the 6x6 frame, then for winding it it generally works out about 1 and a half rotations per frame (although this needs to be more at the start and slightly less at the end so the spacing is kinda even) nice and simplistic, not very pretty but nice and effective. :-)
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Nirka Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2007
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sramage Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2007   Photographer
Hey, thanks for the heads up, not sure if i've joined/subscribed or whatever, how do you do it?
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Nirka Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2007
You have to watch us (I mean the club *holga and put our icon into your friend list or your journal, and finally send us a note with Join as a subject.
After that, you can submit some of your holga shots to us... etc...
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brikon Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2006  Student
i lovvvvvvvvve holgas!
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