My blog is never pre-planned although I have thought about this and rejected the idea. I like to free write about my actual experiences and experimentation with my Holga or Diana cameras. In the past few weeks there has been little film shooting and whole lot of digital photography – which you will not see posted on this website. This site is strictly for film.
Over the holidays Lomography.com ran an amazing sale and I purchased a new sprocket rocket camera Superpop Green, it’s gorgeous. It’s also a back-up for the one that I currently own which has started to give me grief when I wind it to the next frame. The problem is that I’m not sure anymore if it really is the next frame. I also bought some of their film a rare occurrence because I find them to be extremely grainy which I’m not a huge fan of - all for the whopping price of $40 including shipping and handling. For anyone who has ever shopped on Lomography.com this is considered either a great savings or a systems glitch.
Everyone already knows that I’ve begun to shoot with the Diana F as well as other toy cameras. I’ve decided to dedicate a specific area for Holga only photography. This is primarily due to the fact that the factory has closed and the camera although still available is discontinued. I disagree with the blaring headlines that the Holga is Dead! or wait, RIP Holga. Creativity never dies so Holga lives, breathes and clicks.