Saturday, May 27, 2017

Jay Cooke with a Holga

Three weeks ago, I went camping with my 2 boys up by Duluth. (I posted a lot of photos of our adventures on my other blog if you want to take a look.)

Last month, one of my classes at Hamline University did a Holga-based project. (A Holga is a cheap, plastic medium format film camera that needs to be taped shut to prevent light leaks. Every image is vignetted, and may not be that sharp.) Here's an Instagram of mine from that day in class:

Caption: "'Holga day' in my Photo II class today. #film #filmphotography #filmisnotdead
#wellitskindadead #photography #kodak #fujifilm"

That project inspired me to get out my Holga for the first time in a few years. I brought it with to Duluth.

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Our camper cabin for 2 nights.

View of the St. Louis River from the Swinging Bridge.

After a hike down from Oldenburg’s Point.

My 5-year-old on a little cliff.

Lake Superior.

Pines and birches behind our cabin.

Pine forest.

On the Swinging Bridge.

A large rock (that my sons got wet) and the Swinging Bridge.

Near Thomson Dam.


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