Summer Holgas

I shot several rolls of film between May and August this summer, and I have to say I was pretty happy with the results!  Anyone who has read previous posts may remember I wanted to put the mask back in my Holga to prevent too much light leak and lens flare.  Although it was pretty cool and lo-fi at times, I wasn't 100% thrilled with the effect, especially when using color film which just resulted in red blotches.

Anyway, when I got a chance to actually sit down and scan the film, here's what I got!  I think I prefer this color film to the black and white I've been using with my Holga, which was coming out a little too flat for my taste.  Since I get everything processed at a lab where I have no input about the developing, I guess I'll have to do some experimenting with different films until I find a favorable black and white result.

The first three photos below I captured while on the WYC Cruise, and the last image is from a day at Green Hill down in South Kingstown.

These images are available as Limited Edition Fine Art Prints (you can view them on the site but please contact me to place a Limited Edition order).  Hope you all enjoy!

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