Harikrishna Katragadda shot this image with a Holga, a camera made entirely out of plastic. Goes to show it’s not the type of camera you use but how you visualize the scene in front of you that is most important.
I’ll post one image a day for the next eight days. Tempted to post them all here and now, but gotta have you coming back right?
If it isn’t terribly obvious from this post’s title, this image and the rest that follow this week were all made during the heavily suppressed Republican National Convention protests in New York City.
Credit Hari for being able to make these images in some very difficult circumstances. Those of you who have used a Holga will know of its ubiquitous light leaks. The film, too, needs to be loaded in darkness. Add to that mix the fact that you get only 12 frames per film roll. It can get tedious.