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A Concert Through A Plastic Lens

Thursday 05/28/2009 1:02 AM

Picked up some goodies today: Got my Holga film developed and scanned to CD. Ten out of twelve shots turned as something other than black! I am bummed, though, that the picture of Candy didn't turn out (I tried to do a long handheld exposure shot of her face illuminated by the lights from the show). So you can look forward to some more pictures from the Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction concert in Tampa from earlier this month (May 9th).

This is the first shot on the roll and you can tell by the light on the heads of the people in front of me that the sun had not quite set yet. I think you can also blame the sunbeams for hitting the plastic lens of my Holga and creating that polar aurorae look of green. This is the one picture with the most information captured on the substrate. I only cropped this picture a little bit and maintained the square aspect ration. Almost all the other photos I'm going to be showing you will be cropped down to only the stage, which you can see is at best about a third of the frame.

File Under: Candy; Holga 120CFN; Nine Inch Nails; Tampa
Music: Marilyn Manson "The New High of Low"

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