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February 12, 2007
|Lens||Holga Glass 60mm f/8|
|Shutter @ Aperture||1/100s @ f/8|
|Film / ISO||Polaroid Type 84 / 100 ISO|
EDIT: Tanja corrected my memory: I removed the adapter lens, I didn't turn it backwards...although that would be something to try :)
I'm continuing with the summer theme for a bit. Smile!
I was armed with the Holgaroid and taking a walk through the woods by my office with a colleague when I smelled something foul being carried by the hot, persistent summer breeze. I followed the stench upwind to a marshy area when I came upon this grin. I remembered some advice that Tanja-Tiziana from DoubleCrossed.ca had given me when I had bought my Holgaroid: remove the adapter lens and use the stock Holga body lens as a macro. I got in closer than I thought I need to and came away with this shot, which still looked wide: but at least it was in focus!
I love the way this shot turned out. It works perfectly for me!
Posted by jordanh at February 12, 2007 1:18 AM |
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