I have totally neglected this camera/process. This was taken on my Holga and shot on Kodak E100VS which was then cross processed. I also had a Nikon SB80 for fill flash when shooting into the sun. I shot 5 rolls of film, or 60 exposures. I love this about film. I see something, go up to it, frame/compose, take 1 shot, and I'm on my way. I'm not burning through shot after shot after shot. I slow it down, get what I want and move on. And the best thing about this camera, 9 times out of 10, I'm not even looking through the viewfinder. I just point and click and out comes awesomeness. If you are looking for a Holga, yeah, you could be hip and get one at Urban Outfitters at some ridiculously jacked up price, or you can buy a Holga at the one place you should ever buy a holga:
Randy Smith modifies the holgas so they are actual working cameras that produce reliable results. Otherwise, you are just shooting with a toy. Which can be fun, but I want reliable results (don't you?). I bought my first holga from him back in 2000 and have ever since (I have 6 holgas).
You know what the best part about this wedding was? S'mores? Pie shakes from Sammy's? Lollipops? Gold Medal winning snowboarding guest? Natalie Norton, her hubby Richie and their super cute boys? My awesome assistant Tavis? Nope, the fact that the reception was 5 minutes from my house :). Awesome. Well, everything I listed here made this wedding awesome.
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