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My Holga has collected a lot of dust lately, it used to be my pet. I photographed at a car-show last weekend, and thought it could be nice to bring it. To my big surprise, something went wrong. There`s a small red window at the back of the camera where you can see the framenumber, and by accident, it has been switched to the setting I use when I want the pictures to be 6 x 4,5 instead of 6x6 cm. What happened was that all my frames overlapped each other. A pure double exposure can be fun once in a blue moon, but this was just sad. I had to crop all the photos, and lost the cool vignette in the corners of the frames. Instead I got some trees in the corners, and in another photo, the back of Kaja`s head.

Holga 120s
Kodak T-Max 400

sorry to hear that Alfred ... but this one is very cool and I enjoy the trees in the corner here :) Ahhhh sweet Holga!
i love cars with the circle head lights...hehe..their so cool. and im sorryabout your misfortune...
Amazing black and white. Great job.
This turned out well anyway. I guess it is just part of the imperfections one can expect from Holgas. And is like the headlight become a projector showing a movie about trees ;-)
The idea of the headlight being a projector made me like this photo even more....Thanks!
hehe, I still have a roll of overlapping
Holga shots on my desk...
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