The Weisman Art Museum: A Holgarama on Flickr.
Holga BC135 | Kodak Plus-x | XTOL (1:1) | post-processed in Topaz Adjust
I’m fascinated by the intersection of analog and digital technology. There’s nothing like shooting with a film camera and the freedom that digital processing affords allows a lot of creativity once your negative is scanned. I’m not going to get into the digital vs. film debate because I think both have their place in a photographer’s toolbox. For this shot, I decided to embrace the Weisman Art Museum’s wonderful curves, Holga’s dreamy lens and ability to overlap frames, and the power of tonemapping, which highlights local contrast most often used in digital camera photos. It’s a tool best used minimally, but for the dreamy, unfocused, and overlapping look this image already possessed, I thought it worked out very well!