I recently purchased a Holga lens, made for Nikon DSLRs. It’s a great concept and my love of Holga (and hatred of ruining a lot of rolls of film) made me interested to see if I could pull it off. I’m not a huge fan of huge vingnetting or making a digital photo into something “vintage” and I wanted the results to turn out classic, as if I was shooting Portra 800 film (thanks VSCO). The HL-N lens fits on nicely but it has a very defined flower pattern unfortunately. Today I modified it for less vignette but at a loss of sharpness. Time will tell if I’m fully happy with it. The photos are pre-modification and some post-modification, taken around the neighborhood.
Geniune Holga Imitation Network.
Down in San Diego shooting a wedding, eating tacos, visiting friends and Grandparents, and beachin’.
As they say, the older the children, the harder to hide the eggs. Or something.
Sometimes you got to get out for a drive.