This picture was taken with Yashica FX-7 Super on expired Kodak TMAX 100, and put through a fake Holga script in Photoshop. I think that this picture really opened my eyes to a whole new aesthetic, and this is the first in a long line to follow.

EDIT 3/17/2008: This picture is available on ArtistRising (even though I'm unhappy with their square format offerings, this picture still works admirably).



Blogger Ishmael said...

Very nice. I've always liked that look. I had a "plastic fantastic" 120 camera as a grade-schooler, but have long ago moved on to 35mm and now digital SLRs.... and Photoshop, of course. Did you write your own fake Holga script?

Keep up the great work. I think I've found a new favorite photo blog.

Kodiak, Alaska

3:19 PM, September 03, 2007  
Blogger Full Metal Attorney said...

Thanks a bunch!

No, I found a fake Holga script (well, to be more accurate, an action) somewhere that allowed me a lot of control because it used layers that I could go back and adjust.

11:06 AM, September 04, 2007  

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