Tag Archives: Toy Camera

Once, I Was A Princess

Winter and I just do not get along well. In this respect I decided to shoot slow film within my Holga when I was in New York City to lose the shadows and offer a look of grunge when shooting … Continue reading

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San Francisco Buildings

Call this “fun with the Holga.” Plastic cameras can offer fun and interesting results, and this is certainly one of them.  When I was in San Francisco I took a picture of the neighboring buildings beside the hotel I was … Continue reading

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Dichotomy

I like images where two ideas are opposite but somehow connected. This particular image was taken in Annapolis, MD. A rather exclusive and well-known restaurant, Harry Browne’s, exists on the circle that surrounds the Capitol building. Of course, not everyone … Continue reading

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To The Left

  I remember many years ago listening to a coworker tell me that she had camped out in the desert. She spent a lot of time looking at the stars and wished that she knew how to take pictures of … Continue reading

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General Store, Galesville, MD

Toy cameras are fun. The lack of quality can sometimes make for an interesting image if the subject is appropriate. I like taking pictures of buildings that are on their last legs, and this image was made in the very … Continue reading

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