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Fun catches, Mark, I like the concentration in the 2nd pic. Is this from a plastic
lensed Holga? Good results also with film/dev combo.
 
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THanks Bill ,yes it was with the plastic camera and lens.Film wias Trix @200 souped in Xtol 1-3
 
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How are you setting asa to 200you on holga. Thx

THere is not an iso setting on holgas. You have 2 aperture choices which are cloudy f8 and sunny f16 and a set shutter speed of 1/100. So I just meter with my hand meter to determain which iso I need to meet the f stop and shutter speed.
 
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I see, my holga settings do not do anything, I just shoot 400 and stand dev. It would be too much hassel for me me to take the holga out with a hand meter.
 
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THere is not an iso setting on holgas. You have 2 aperture choices which are cloudy f8 and sunny f16 and a set shutter speed of 1/100. So I just meter with my hand meter to determain which iso I need to meet the f stop and shutter speed.

HA! Look closely at your aperture mechanism. It's more of a placebo than anything else. Great look in those pics. Pulling your film did a lot for the exposure errors holgas are famous for!
 

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