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Infra-Holga’d

SFX film number two and in a Holga with the filter taped to the front. Again a hit rate of one out of twelve as with the first film – but I have learnt that you need shockingly bright light behind you and having something interesting in the middle distance works best.

For this shot I flicked the shutter about 6 or 8 times to get extra exposure whilst holding the camera onto a ledge.

This next shot was taken minutes before of the above shot and used the same exposure but for some reason it looks like this;

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Posted by simon on August 31, 2010
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  1. 12/26/2011
    holly

    hey there, I was just wondering when you taped on the red filter on your holga, do you mean you just used a red acetate filter or the R72 filter lens? thanks!

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    • 12/26/2011

      Holly, I used a large R72 filter and electrical tape. Have you tried acetate on yours?

      Reply

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