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4A by lloydhughes 4A by lloydhughes
Holga camera
400 Fuji Sensia slide film cross-processed in c-41 chemicals
35mm film stuck in a medium format camera using foam, tape, cardboard and elastic bands
Not photoshopped
Border and name added for print purposes

Model: Tegan
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jabala Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2006
it really amuses me seeing 35mm film used on a holga. nice photography!
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fizzj Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2006   Photographer
Fantastic. Can you just tell me how you fit the 35mm in the Holga? I've been trying for a while to get it to work, but it just doesn't work for me. I can't get the film to fit, and when I do, I can't move the negative for the next frame to show up.
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lloydhughes Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2006
It should fit in easily the only problem you should have is having it sit in place. In order to make it sit in place you have to use foam or anything really that will keep the film still. Once the film is nice and tightly inside you have to tape the film leader to the take up spool. This is the basics of it all.
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NobbyWAGD Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2006   Photographer
I love this. +fav and +watch for you. :)

I work in a photography store with a minilab, i really want to get the lab guys to cross process me some sensia :P I love the effect that exposing the whole film has given. The way the whole height of the film is used, it seems to give a feeling of there being MORE, an effect heightened by the mysterious legs at the top! :D
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beguile Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006
absolutely lovely.
i wanted a holga but i don't know understand what the whole medium format film thing means.
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lloydhughes Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2006
Thanks!
Medium format film is readily available from all good photo places and should be found in a fridge somewhere hiding in the corner. All it is just a larger film than 35mm. Say if you bought 35mm fuji superia 200 ASA film then fuji also has that same film in the medium format size. Medium format film is much more expensive to buy and develop though
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beguile Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2006
Ah, I see. Would you recommend medium format film for a beginner in photography?
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lloydhughes Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2006
I don't see why not. Just as long as you have that extra bit of money to buy and develop it
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BeMyUnintended Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2006
beauty scenery
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