4.01.2010

obstacle fixed

With help from J., I am finally able to share these holgas taken a year ago in early Springtime. I was a little lost on how to scan 120mm film, but thankfully that is no longer the case. I love the results of the blue filter used.

Thank you for your wonderful comments lately. It's so good to hear from all of you.

Today I'm enjoying this stunning Polaroid: rue des barres by irene nam. Happy April!

camera: holga

19 comments:

  1. Oh yes, the blue filter gives a wonderful mood to these photos.
    And thanks for the link! I did not know the work of Irene Nam.

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  2. awww you totally made my day.
    and I'm loving the blue filter.

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  3. what a nice filter...almost makes me believe that there's snow in the photos!

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  4. these are
    just beautiful.
    happy april!

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  5. Love the blue tones in that top photo :)

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  6. Gorgeous holga shots, alexandria!
    Blossoms peeping...

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  7. Beautiful pictures! I have a Holga, too but don't really know how to scan my negatives properly. Probably the reason why I don't shoot with it more often. Do you have any tips?

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  8. The blue is gorgeous! Very melancholy.

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  9. wow, wow, wow. you know i love these. that blue!

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  10. the blue filter makes them so sweet !!!

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  11. Yeah, the blue is awesome in these. Good stuff!

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  12. oh, it's a beautiful filter! i'm glad you worked it out. :)

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  13. Amazing photos on these 2 posts... have a lovely Sunday!

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  14. so dreamy and nostalgic..... beautiful

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  15. The blue filter looks very effective. The photos are very fantastic.

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  16. I am so happy that you liked the blue filter and it is always so fun to read each of your comments...Thank you!

    Pinjing: If you can find out if your scanner can scan medium format then you'll be halfway there! My first scanner didn't allow me to so I purchased an Epson scanner that allowed me to do 120mm film, slides, and 35mm, etc. The manual was helpful as well...sometimes I don't take the time to read them, but in this case I needed too! I really hope you'll be able to take more holgas...I'd love to see yours.

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  17. You and your Holga have a good thing going. These are GORGEOUS!!

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  18. totally loving the deep blues

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