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Lizbeth the Traveling Holga was recently in the talented hands of Sturbridge Massachussetts photographer Lea Jones.  After a bit of a hiatus I am so glad to see Lizbeth in action again, I feared maybe she was long lost! From Lea: I took her out in front of my house on a cold winter day.  We took […]

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Lizbeth the Traveling Holga just spent a week in Texas with artist Carol Lee. Carol used one of my favorite black and white films, Kodak Tri-x400 and she developed and scanned these gorgeous photographs on her own. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ From Carol “My work explores a child’s imagination and freedoms of being a KID! It being my […]

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Lizbeth the Traveling Holga recently showed up on the doorstep of family photographer Jess Rotenberg in Raleigh, North Carolina.  I love the results and how she wasn’t afraid to show off the quirks and niggles of the unpredictable Holga toy camera. When this camera is on it is ON though, just look at how rich those colors […]

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Lizbeth the Traveling Holga is checking in again, this time with photographer Heather Whitten.  Heather spent a day at the beach with her girls and the Holga shooting a gorgeous roll of Portra 400. Heather’s other work can be viewed here: Website Facebook To join The Kindred Art community please follow The Kindred Art facebook page or join the […]

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If the Holga camera is anything, it is unreliable.  From camera to camera, from user to user, from time to time, one is always in for a surprise.  I think a lot of photographers will say that letting go of expectations can be a stressful, yet therapeutic exercise.  The charm of shooting with a Holga […]

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