Tag: holga 120s

  • Holga 120S: The Camera That Started it All

    written by domo-guy on 2012-01-16 in #reviews
    Holga 120S: The Camera That Started it All

    Ever knew the history of the legendary Holga cameras? Well it all started with this little black, plastic and playful baby as the first model ever. But did you know this baby also pulled me straight into analogue photography and Lomography?

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  • Merapi: Hopes and Fears

    written by scrabbyknees on 2011-11-19 in #world #locations
    Merapi: Hopes and Fears

    The aftermath of the eruption of the majestic Mount Merapi through a foreigner's eyes.

  • Wall Drug, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #7

    written by dirklancer on 2009-10-17 in #world #locations
    Wall Drug, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #7

    By now you know my story: July 2009, 8000 km road trip, 3 generations, 1 van. Crazy? Yes. Lomographically limited? In no way whatsoever! I took along 10 cameras and 40 rolls of film. We passed through 10 American states and 3 Canadian provinces, and we took a moment to sample the Free Ice Water at the Wall Drug Store...

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  • Mount Rushmore, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #6

    written by dirklancer on 2009-10-04 in #world #locations
    Mount Rushmore, South Dakota - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #6

    By now you know my story: July 2009, 8000 km road trip, 3 generations, 1 van. Crazy? Yes. Lomographically limited? In no way whatsoever! I took along 10 cameras and 40 rolls of film. We passed through 10 American states and 3 Canadian provinces, but we only had time to visit one carved mountain...

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  • Devils Tower, Wyoming - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #5

    written by dirklancer on 2009-10-04 in #world #locations
    Devils Tower, Wyoming - Summer Road Trip 2009 - Lomostop #5

    By now you know my story: July 2009, 8000 km road trip, 3 generations, 1 van. Crazy? Yes. Lomographically limited? In no way whatsoever! I took along 10 cameras and 40 rolls of film. We passed through 10 American states and 3 Canadian provinces, and we only paid too much for dinner once.

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  • Salton Sea Beach-Vision of the Apocalypse

    written by kdstevens on 2009-09-30 in #world #locations
    Salton Sea Beach-Vision of the Apocalypse

    Set in a stark and barren landscape in the deserts of Southern California the Salton Sea was created by an environmental disaster in 1905 when the Colorado River overflowed its banks and flowed across the desert and into the Salton Sink, a prehistoric lakebed. By the time the river was contained, nearly two years later, the lake covered an area of about 376 square miles. Today, another environmental disaster is killing the lake along with the dreams of those who live there.

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  • Rush Creek Trail

    written by kdstevens on 2009-09-17 in #world #locations
    Rush Creek Trail

    Rush Creek Trail is really just a dusty old fire road that skirts a tidal marsh. It’s flat and at about 4 miles to the end and back is popular for beginning cyclists, joggers, and families out for a stroll with their dogs. Because of it's open vistas and wildlife; It's also great for photographers.

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