Holga cameras also have a unique way of capturing and throwing light. I was taking a photograph of an old majestic house, and a car turned down the street. My Holga was faced away in profile, and yet the light was captured by the lens, and made an interesting lens flare across the frame. St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church is another example of how the Holga interprets light.
Setting up I thought that this photo would be a traditional architectural image but the lighting was/is totally unpredictable. The Virgin Mary became only an outline of light although I was close enough to see detail. A simple change of film can ignite the unpredictable, and this is why I like shooting with the Holga.