Frank Hardy Photography

Holga in South Georgia …

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This was taken in a small town ( cannot remember which one ) in south Georgia … I will say that it was 70 miles or so from Hinesville Georgia to the west.  I have been taking this Holga on trips and been using it fairly regularly for the past five years or so.  I also have a Diana, but for some reason or another, I like the Holga better.  I do not think that I have ever made a print from the Holga, I always scan the negatives once I have developed the film and then work them up in Photoshop.  I have maybe 30 rolls or so of 120 film that I have taken from these trips sitting around waiting to do something with them.  Thanks for looking …

Written by Frank Hardy

August 14, 2011 at 10:31 am

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  1. Cool shot man, I love Lomography, I really like the Diana personally I haven’t used a Holga, however I really don’t like how they look.

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    Tobias Mann

    August 25, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    • Thanks for the comment Tobias … I have had these “plastic” cameras around for years, but never got around to using them. I took a trip to Mexico 5 years or so back and took the Holga with me. I shot half a dozen rolls of film and got one or two interesting shots. Since then, I have taken one of the cameras with me on trips and created some interesting images. I have one posted one from New Orleans at Mardi Gras on an earlier post and also have several other posts taken with these cameras Keep in touch …

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      FrankHardy

      August 26, 2011 at 8:12 am

      • I just got through a set of tmax 400 none of which developed properly in caffenol, so I am forced to take a break from film for a white until I can afford more film, fixer, and purhaps buy an actual developer. I am looking at kodak HC-110 personally Fuji’s Neopan does nothing but frustrate me.

        PS. Do you have this story posted? It would make a great read if you don’t.

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        Tobias Mann

        September 2, 2011 at 8:23 pm


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