Holga 135: A Camera Producing Stuttering Images


A camera which loves the spring, and takes stuttering images!

Credits: cyberfoto

We eagerly awaited the sun and the warmer days. The Holga 135 loves the sun and wants to get out in the beautiful weather and to take photos.

During the winter, I decided that it was about time for my first x-pro. Also, I had read many articles. For example, the Tipster on “stuttering” images.

So, why not now?

With the Holga 135 out and a roll of Kodak slide film in, I was off. I put every subject in the photos twice. The film was full and ready to be cross-processed. After three days, the film was developed, and specifically cross-processed!

AHHHHHHH, I like the results! This will not be my last slide film developed in C-41. But see for yourself, here are some pictures:

Credits: cyberfoto

Until then,

written by cyberfoto on 2011-08-26 #gear #review #light #spring #lomography #holga #cross-process #film-camera #user-review #trembling #stutter

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