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Holga Pinhole Lens for Sony E-Mount cameras (Sony a6000)

I believe that in imperfection lays the beautiful.

That's why I shot a Holga for quite a while, why I love to shoot film or use cheap lenses on my digital cameras.

Something I've wanted to try for a while was pinhole photography. I didn't want to do it on film because it could get expensive, so I built my own pinhole lens. That worked just fine but I didn't really like the idea of having the sensor exposed through a physical hole. I went ahead and bought a Holga Pinhole Lens on eBay for 20-25 euros.

This is the lens I'm trying in this video, where everything is about embracing imperfection.

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12 significant photographs a year

12 significant photographs a year

This quote by Ansel Adams is used quite often, perhaps to motivate photographers who feel they aren't making enough good images. A few images this year, a few more next year, and so on can become a significant body of work over time.

I have 2 problems with this approach, though.

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