Holga roll 4, exposures 1–12

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This colour roll had a mixture of photos from Gran Canaria and also a few from our wedding in August!

In the middle is one photo of friends taken before a gig in Brighton’s Coalition using a yellow flash.

The shots in Gran Canaria have come out really sharp and bright, while those taken in the UK are slightly under-exposed due to the overcast weather or use of flash and slower film (160 ISO).

There are a couple of weird double-exposures in there, too, and the same loose film exposure problems I had with the last couple of rolls.

Flowered arches on Flickr

Sasha and Stevens on Flickr

Bride and Friends on Flickr

These were taken using a Holga 120CFN with Fuji Pro 160C 160 ISO colour film and a 6x6cm mask.

I dug out a couple of Jane’s old 35mm cameras from the loft, and plan to have a play around with those when I get the chance. She has an Olympus Trip 35 and a Petri Color 35, which are both awesome in their ’60s Japaneseness.

2 Responses to “Holga roll 4, exposures 1–12”

  1. Durkin - Go Holga Says:

    Awesome colours in the first and last shots! I love the Holga camera.

    I also really dig this blog layout! :)

  2. Baz Says:

    I love how you can get such stunning results from such a lo-fi camera with more luck than judgement. :)

    The film I was using was Fuji Pro 160C, which produces slighty more radiant colours than the ‘natural’ version of the film (160S).

    Can’t take any credit for the layout — it’s by a chap called Nick La (http://www.ndesign-studio.com/resources/wp-themes/glossyblue/).

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