Photo session 15 Holga

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10 responses to “Photo session 15 Holga

  1. It’s bad, looks so good!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga

  2. Looks good to me! Any narrative/message/concept to be associated with them?
    Best…..

    • What do you mean??What was the consept of this photoshoot?Whenever we have time wherever we are ..we are making a photoshoot..and in the photos is only Fou..(this girl) and the title “holga ” has to do with the efect that I put on the pictures..If you have any questios..please feel free to ask..thanks!

      • I love the post, and I have a similar question. I noticed that you only have the pictures and the name. Do you have accompanying text, or are you letting the photos in the shoot tell a “story” of their own? Or are you even trying to tell a “story”?

        Story meaning narrative/message/concept, like he said, or even just technique and design related.

      • thanks for your comment Adam.All I want to share..is my way of taking pictures..of course they have a story but I also love all these comments that trying to imagine what a picture want to tell..and every time I read one of these comments I realise that there are so many things that I haven’t realised about my pictures..there are so many ways to explain a picture!!BUT…right now I realise something else..you are the second one who makes me that question..and this makes me wonder..if I should start saying a few things about them..to give you some qlue…about how do I watch my pictures..to let YOU see my point of view..I ll think about it..thanks again and have a nice day

  3. Jeni Johnson

    Thanks for stopping by! I love your natural photos! Keep up the great work 😉

  4. Seems kind of naughty, but nice!

  5. My favorite specialty lens for use with my DSLR is my 60mm Holga F8 – it allows me to shoot purely for composition. But, because of what the old Holga’s did (light leaks, massive lens flares, deep vignettes and saturation), there is still some element of post-processing required to get that Holga-esque look.

    Its a wonderful way to see the world: fuzzy, free, full of light, and always surprising.

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