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This roll kept slipping back and forth in the camera and came out fat and fogged! Some are very happy accidents.

troch This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga 120 N loaded with Fuji Acros 100 film in New Westminster, Canada. These tags describe this photo: b&w, black and white, rodinal stand process, diy, home developed, 120, medium format, holga, and canada. Date: 2012-07-01. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Random Neopan Ramblings.


  1. grazie


    very nice troch! I really like this album. Your bw holgas are always awesome.

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  2. kangiha


    fat and fogged, I love it! really nice shots. BTW I noticed you had some bleed through from the paper as well. I got that on my old Kodak Autographic. Any idea why it does that? Cool album Cheers!

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  4. troch


    @kangiha, thanks! I believe the bleed through paper numbering is because the film is loose between the two spools creating a gap between the paper and film. I get it a lot whenever I have a fat roll, especially with my Diana F+.

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  5. troch


    @grazie, thanks so much for the sweet words!

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  6. adash


    Cool accident!

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