TGIF! Also, the first Artist Interview of October is here.
Martina Kettner is a film photographer from Austria. I'm a big fan of her work as a whole, but particularly the images she creates with her Holga. Let's learn more about her and her photography!
All images in this post were made by Martina Kettner. Read More
I love playing around with different photographic techniques and camera gear to create stuff.
Cameras like the Holga, pinhole cameras or techniques like long exposures are fascinating to me. As I've mentioned before, they open a door to a world that you can imagine, and with a little bit of luck, capture with your camera. Read More
Why and how this little toy camera, made entirely of plastic and worth almost nothing, can make better images than optically perfect lenses attached to high resolution cameras. Read More
Scanning color film for the first time in a long time, working hard on printing my work, the Holga is back, and I'm going back to Portland this week. Read More
You might remember I picked up a Holga a few months ago as a way to shoot 120 film when the situation didn't allow me to bring the heavier Bronica along (think of long hikes or very cold temperatures).
The Holga wasn't for me, or I wasn't for the Holga. Read More