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Holga 120 CFN
Fugi Acros 100
-double exposure

Turlock, CA
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TazzyDee Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2008
[link] x thank you :)
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fineart-photography Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2008
Aww wonderful shot! Can I add it to our Collections?

*kazakchoc
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008   Photographer
it wouldnt mind it one bit :D
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fineart-photography Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2008
I've just done it !
*kazakchoc
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cfude Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2008
a cool concept executed well!
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008   Photographer
To be honest, it was all luck.
but the best pictures are always the ones that involve a little luck.
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semideus Featured By Owner May 23, 2008  Professional Photographer
very nice
interesting concept
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Rachnoa Featured By Owner May 2, 2008
Wow! That's so cool! (by the lack of finding better words in English :))
The ' pillow'-feel of the picture gives it something extra (feels like the building is sucking it's double in).
Great double exposure ^_-.
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Kalalika Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Good job on this!
I've been wanting to do a double exposure with my Holga but I'm apprehensive because I know it won't be aligned properly. I suppose I should just do it, eh!

Any tricks or tips would be greatly appreciated :)
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2008   Photographer
well this shot was a total accident.

i had something else in mind when i took this shot--I was trying to get them to line up side by side, but instead they overlapped. At first i was disappointed when i got them developed, but then i realized this looked cool anyway [maybe it even looked cooler than what i originally intended lol]. I have a few more double exposures that i havent posted yet, but those too, didnt come out how i planned.

i suggest not being apprehensive. i know the feeling, but you cant be afraid to get creative with the HOLGA. Sometimes it comes out looking great, sometimes it doesnt. but thats the beauty of lomography. :D
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Kalalika Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
I know what you mean. Sometimes those accidents are blessings in disguise. I've only developed 2 rolls so far. Out of 24 only 4 pictures are any good. I think the only thing keeping me from experimenting more is the cost.

I got a cable release today :D 35mm adapter on the way.
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2008   Photographer
my first 4 rolls were terrible!
i was so devestated i felt like i just threw all that money away. but once i got the hang of it, i learned what NOT to do.

why the 35mm adapter?
its ALL about the square images! lol
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Kalalika Featured By Owner May 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh good! Phew, and here I thought I was just retarded.
I've started keeping notes on my exposures so that when I get them back I hopefully learn faster from my mistakes.

re: the 35mm adapter- I like to keep my options open and I love to experiment. Plus I can get 6 rolls of 35mm fujicolor 400 for only 7 bux. It's not the best film but then again this is the Holga were talking about... but yeah that sq. format is rawkin!
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner May 1, 2008   Photographer
keeping notes is a good idea. i was always meaning to write out notes, but i never got around to it. but i try to keep a visual memory of the shot. like i noticed the viewfinder is a poor representation of what gets captured. like, i'll frame something a certain way, then when i get back the film, it looks like someone "zoomed out".

if you do 35mm, you should make your own adaptor.
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Kalalika Featured By Owner May 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, the viewfinder is not accurate. I'm going to put a small dot on mine in the center to see how off it is.

Why should I make my own 35mm adapter? I don't see the point is fussing around with making one when I can buy one that I know works for $13.
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner May 1, 2008   Photographer
i remember seeing a modification that only used small sponges and tape to convert the holga into 35mm.
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j0yce Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008
Awesome! Ive tried numerous times to get something similar to line up as I want it...never comes out just as I want it to. Geometric and organic at once! Love it.
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TheHumanTower Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008   Photographer
I really like this photograph. The double exposure is perfect, and the composure awesome. I love it.
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renagadeoffunk74 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2008   Photographer
Thanks.
To be honest, this shot was a mistake, but mistakes are the best part of shooting with a holga
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TheHumanTower Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2008   Photographer
Yes definitely, and it would seem that some of the best shots ever, are totally incidental but great. I think the unexpectedly great ones are fun, because, it's kind of a nice surprise when the film gets developed or you download the current set from a memory card.
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soulmatesix Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2008
you're featured in my journal...:)
[link]
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EilonwySedai Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
Even though I'm pretty sure I know how you did this, it still blows my mind.
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Veniamin Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
Nice...
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:iconvalimar:
Valimar Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
Magnificent!
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GingerHairedGirl Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
cool double exposure! nice composition... :)
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holga Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
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