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Copemhagen by Holga
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Copemhagen by Holga
Copemhagen by Holga
Copemhagen by Holga
Copemhagen by Holga Copemhagen by HolgaCopemhagen by Holga
Copemhagen by Holga
Copemhagen by Holga

I took my lomography lenses with me on holiday, I find it gives an extra bit of interest to taking photos, you never quite know how they will turn out. I don’t retake photos or take them from different angles (unless they’re completely dark of something), which I do do with the normal lens, I like to think of it a bit like film photography. Less money spent if it goes wrong, but still, if it doesn’t work, it’s gone!

These were all taken on our first day, we walked through stroget (the central shopping street and the only part of Copenhagen we saw I didn’t like – too many people, chainy shops) down to Christianshavn for a coffee by the canal.

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  • Rhianne 23 June 2014, 8:49 am

    definitely less money 🙂 I love that you took this lens with you though – it definitely reproduces the vignetting of a holga beautifully I think and these are great. There’s something magical about the first day of a holiday photo I think, where you’re seeing everything new and fresh, you spotted some great details too
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  • Chantele 23 June 2014, 3:45 pm

    I have a Diana Lomo Camera that I like to take away with us, but I still haven’t mastered it yet, so results are varied!
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