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Long Exposure with Ringflash from Above

Long Exposure with Ringflash from Above

The Ringflash covers the tripod threads on a Holga, so using a tripod/bulb setting requires requires removing the RF from the position surrounding the lens, holding it, firing manually. That is how I this shot was taken, and I think it came out looking the best of the lot with the +1 push.

demi-monde This photo was shot on film. Taken by demi-monde with a Holga 120 TLR (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Elitechrome E100G film in Atlanta, United States. These tags describe this photo: 120, cross, process, x-pro, macro, lens, push, 1, ringflash, holga, lomography, kodak, e100g, tlr, bulb, setting, long, exposure, and elitechrome. This photo can also be found in the album Macro Ringflash Fun.

3 comments

  1. escudero

    escudero

    me gustan los colores.

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  2. demi-monde

    demi-monde

    Thank you!

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  3. phaliyp

    phaliyp

    HAHA....

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