Last week was Holga Week, a time when crazy photographers use cheap, old cameras to take pictures. Did I mention the cameras are completely plastic and barely functional? That's Holga.
I find the deficiencies of the camera increase the challenge of getting good photos. And I enjoy a challenge.
We're entering our pictures in friendly competition. Here are my submissions. Do any appeal to you?
I like the first one best with its sinuous dance. You like round things! Well done, they're all great. Xo JJ
I love the texture in these pictures, so pretty.
Thanks. I like it, too.
I love your Holga pictures, Ally. It's a toss-up between the first and the last one for my favourite! xxx
I feel like I am in an episode of classic Doctor Who- the rouuuuuuuuuuuuuuund things are BAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK! They're going to take us!!! (I like those ones best!)
I know -- they're so sci-fi looking!
They're all great pics, but the first one is definitely wall hanging worthy.(I feel like i should rename my car Holga - "barely functional!" Lol)Great reflection capture on the last image.
Thanks. Sorry 'bout your car.
I love your photo entries! Moody, interesting, and cool. :)-AshleyLe Stylo Rouge
Thanks. That's me -- moody, interesting and cool. :)
I love seeing your creativity coming through your pictures. Love black and white photos.
Thanks, pal. Me, too.
The top one is my favourite, just because I like the pattern repetition and the sinuous shape. These are gorgeous pictures, Ally!PS - Thank you for the Hallowe'en card! It brought a smile to my face!
I also like the first one best. The round shapes in rows look like alien eggs. Kind of ominous.
Thanks for your feedback. Everyone agrees -- No. 1!
Great shots! I've always fancied picking up a Lomography camera and having a go.
Thanks. You should!
I love these artistic BW photos. It is great you're up to the challenge of working with a low quality cam like Holga.
They're all awesome but the third one is my favorite. I like the repeated reflections!
These are marvellous, Ally! I especially like the first entry. It instantly struck me as something that might be squarely at home on a martian - or future human - landscape. Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life