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corner of mission and 2nd street, san francisco, holga madness.
kodak tri-x

turns out this is just up the road from the new RB office, but I didn’t know that when I took it.

(having only been to the US thrice i still find steam rising from the vents in the street most evocative, the locals probably find it annoying)

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120, black, blue, camera, format, francisco, frank, holga, holga77, kerouac, kodak, medium, mission, robert, san, street, toy, tri, wandb, white

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  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 6 years ago

    mate – you nailed this shot…. there is so much energy in this raw image… amzaing balance of light and dark… STUNNING! …and great title too!

  • Cathie Tranent
    Cathie Tranentover 6 years ago

    Wonderful.

  • jemimalovesbigted
    jemimalovesbigtedover 6 years ago

    fabulous as usual! I think the steam out of roads is cool too!

  • mister  khan
    mister khanover 6 years ago

    van heusen used to make 70% the shirts i used to buy from charity shops in brighton.

  • berndt2
    berndt2over 6 years ago

    Effective shot – there’s something about holgas that can’t be duplicated with other cameras…

  • Justine Carlin
    Justine Carlinover 6 years ago

    gorgeous. very moody.

  • sjem ©
    sjem ©over 6 years ago

    Good lord.

    I feel like I’m in a detective movie or something.

  • David Librach - DL Photography -
    David Librach ...over 6 years ago

    Very nice. You’re starting to put us digital folk to shame. Although I’m sure somewhere there is a $7,000 lens that I can slap on my $3,000 camera and process on my $4,000 computer with a $900 program to get the same effect. Digital is just so much cheaper and easier….

  • i had no idea it was that easy. i shall immediately put down my 1980’s $29 holga and forget that i have negatives and can make this the size of a house and that it actually exists in the real world and my kids can find it in a box in my attic and not on a hardrive and immediately go and spend a few months wages on some equipment that will be surpassed in quality by end of the year.

    you should run workshops on this stuff.

    – onetonshadow

  • kojobar
    kojobaralmost 6 years ago

    VERY ATMOSPHERIC.

  • faithy
    faithyalmost 6 years ago

    absolutely beautiful. and i love the title! this has to be my favourite of all favourites..

  • Holy crap, favourite of favourites? So that’s the best comment I’ve ever gotten.

    – onetonshadow

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