A dreamlike moment captured with the Holga.

Holga 120 CFN, cross-processed Fujichrome Provia 100F.

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  • Tracey    lee Stokes
    Tracey lee ...almost 5 years ago

    Beautiful shot.i want to live there.

  • Thanks. Lucky for me I do! Not in the photograph, though.

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • ghostmeat
    ghostmeatalmost 5 years ago

    That is awesome, Do you know if you get SLR adapters for holga lenses? I have a nikon D60 too. And so far there hasnt been one of your shots with the holga that hasnt blown me away and made me want to get one. I know that you can get SLR attachments for the diana lenses but the holga just seems so much more dreamlike without distorting the image too much.

  • Thanks. No, I’m not sure that you can. But I’m happy with my Holga just as it is. All kinds of happy accidents occur and part of the fun is in the surprise of what you end up with. I love it!

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • ghostmeat
    ghostmeatalmost 5 years ago

    I actually have the same 50mm f/1.8 lens as you. It was a hand me down from my dads old nikon

  • I use that lens for everything. It’s smaller than a zoom and suits me just fine.

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • ghostmeat
    ghostmeatalmost 5 years ago

    Yea Its a great lens, Iv managed to find a place that sells the adapter to attach diana f+ lenses to my digital slr (nikon d60). Im sure developing the photos straight from the holga is amazing fun. But at least this way I can get a similar effect without spending very much. I absolutely love your photos. Do you have an opinion on the diana versus the holga? After a little research I’ve discovered that they do make holga adapters, just not sure if they sell them here.

  • I confess I know nothing about the diana. I’m not really one for the technical details (ignorant bliss) but good luck with your old-fangled lenses! Could be fun.

    – KerrieMcSnap

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