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    Lomo photos with Holga camera

    Hi all

    I have had a Holga 120 CFN camera for a couple of years now and, believe it or not, haven't got around to printing off the film that I took mainly due to being a bit nervous as to how they will turn out and what the person developing the film will think!!!

    Has anyone else got a Holga, Diana or any other 'toy' camera??

    I love the effects that the leakage gives and the 'shoot from the hip' attitude.

    I would love to see some other peoples lomo photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Monny View Post
    Hi all
    ... a bit nervous as to how they will turn out and what the person developing the film will think!!! ...

    ...I would love to see some other peoples lomo photos ...
    Monika. What? b4 you show us yours? Surely you jest! I 4 1 will now sit and wait for your pictures 1st.
    Last edited by ameerat42; 06-04-2011 at 4:58pm.
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    The whole point of having a lomo/holga camera, is to expect the unexpected. You will never know what you will exactly get, unless you have shot so much with the same film. Different post-processing gives different results too, so there is nothing to be afraid off. Just develop in and enjoy! They did not call it a toy camera for no reason.

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    okay, okay....I will get them developed and maybe I might just put them up here for all to see

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