A&P Here are some new ones, Mr. Lewis.

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  1. ok_computer

    ok_computer OT Supporter

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    35mm holga. I fucking love them. Subject matter is shit, I was just trying the 35mm thing for the first time to make sure it worked.

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    happy long weekend :wavey:
     
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    Hmmm...

    Well, I applaud you for taking them but theyre just not my thing. Too artsy for me. :hs:
     
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    Mcgovlau Лоз Боз

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    My favorite is the stop sign
     
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    last one is awesome.
     
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    not sure why the image is over lapping the film? a typical 35mm frame is with in the winding holes..so uh??


    edit:Oh Holga..I wasn;t even aware they made a 35mm. I've still got that 120 laying around somewhere. It crazy sharp in the center but, thats about it.
     
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    holga is 120. whack 35mm and you get a panoramic ish crop sprayed over the smaller film.
     
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    Yeah, it's a medium format mask, projecting on to 35mm, so the top and bottom 20% don't show up. It's really easy to modify the take-up spool and film holder to use 35mm. Just need some foam, elastic, and tape.
     
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    Very interesting! Might have to try this. I'm surprised you don't have insane light leaks. I had problems with mine until I broke out the electrical tape.
     
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    Yeah it's something different. Shot two more rolls tonight. Went to Canadian Tire and they were selling expired film for 0.49c per roll. I bought 30 rolls :o
     
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    got any other toys? Ive only put a couple rolls through my holga because I bought a lubitel at the same time and always grab it on the way out.
     
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    No toy cameras, just 2 holgas. One is limited edition though, only 1500 made :naughty:
     
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    White Stripes edition? lawls
     
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    :werd: :hs:
     

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