Summer Holgas

I shot several rolls of film between May and August this summer, and I have to say I was pretty happy with the results!  Anyone who has read previous posts may remember I wanted to put the mask back in my Holga to prevent too much light leak and lens flare.  Although it was pretty cool and lo-fi at times, I wasn't 100% thrilled with the effect, especially when using color film which just resulted in red blotches.

Anyway, when I got a chance to actually sit down and scan the film, here's what I got!  I think I prefer this color film to the black and white I've been using with my Holga, which was coming out a little too flat for my taste.  Since I get everything processed at a lab where I have no input about the developing, I guess I'll have to do some experimenting with different films until I find a favorable black and white result.

The first three photos below I captured while on the WYC Cruise, and the last image is from a day at Green Hill down in South Kingstown.

These images are available as Limited Edition Fine Art Prints (you can view them on the site but please contact me cate@catebrownphoto.com to place a Limited Edition order).  Hope you all enjoy!





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