Before i (finally) retire to bed with a long awaited cup of tea, have a gander at even MORE Holga photos.
(Roll 9 is going in for developing tomorrow.)
1st Sep 2010, 20:25
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I bought these frames weeks ago, but only yesterday got around to printing out some photos to go in them.
Fisheye photo frame = love.
I posted over a year ago
about the J B Spray factory being squatted here in Nottingham. It has been occupied since May 2009, but is now under threat of eviction
. I was there on the 25th, but no eviction happened that day.
Pros: It was second hand, so i got it for free (my favourite price). It has arms. It reclines. It forced me to tidy this corner of my room.
Cons: It left me with a mess all over the bed.
The last roll that i currently have scanned in, though i have 2 more rolls ready for scanning.
Have i mentioned how much i love my Holga? (Hint: it is a lot.)
26th Aug 2010, 19:26
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This was my first roll of film that i actually scanned in the negatives of rather than prints. I don't have a negative scanner, so i borrowed my dad's (rather cheap) one aaaaand... i wasn't that impressed to be honest. It was quicker, but then i had to go through and edit each photo individually because the scanner had sucked all the colour out of them.
24th Aug 2010, 16:20
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As it was sunday, i had to fisheye all the noms.
23rd Aug 2010, 20:19
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So, as we're clearing the allotment of as much as we can, we ended up picking a lot of food a bit earlier than we should have done. Including the sweetcorn.
Behold, from right to left: Baby corns, toddler corns and one rather spotty teenager corn.
They all tasted good, though!