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Bed Head

Bed Head

I tried to shoot this with my studio lights by mounting a Vivitar 2800 flash on top and triggering them. Well that worked fine...except the f/8 aperture on the holga lens is a lie! wtf?! So my lights were set for f/8 when in fact the real aperture of unmodded holgas (which I now know) is f/13. So it came out a little underexposed hence the incredibly heavy vignetting. (This is from my rest roll, this is the first time I've ever used a holga or ever used 120mm)

falsedigital This photo was shot on film. Taken by falsedigital with a Holga 120 N loaded with Shanghai GP3 100 film in Arlington, Virginia, United States. These tags describe this photo: 100 iso, holga, 120mm, 6x6, medium format, friends, portrait, b/w, shanghai gp3, shanghai, monochrome, square, gp3, and black and white. This photo can also be found in the album Holga 120N and 120CFN.

6 comments

  1. adbigmilk

    adbigmilk

    Hahaha, I love it ! I love the looks of people just coming out of bed.

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  2. mattydk

    mattydk

    the heavy vignetting adds a lot to this image, loving it!

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  3. devrimarie

    devrimarie

    almost Patti Smith...

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  4. falsedigital

    falsedigital

    Haha I think that girl is way better looking than Patti Smith :P

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  5. ndroo

    ndroo

    Raw! Cool!

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  6. keeps-the-stars-apart

    keeps-the-stars-apart

    It was your review of the Shanghai film that tipped the scale and had me finally register here. Nice work!

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