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I asked members whether or not we should accept digital images made with the Holga lens and the response was very clear.

So, we will not accept digital images for the gallery. This policy is not meant to exclude anyone, but to preserve what we feel to be an important part of the Holga experience, which is the analog response of film.

I am happy to say that there are many places on DA to share digital photography, so no one need feel left out. Also, thank you to all members who responded.

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:iconkerrybush:
kerrybush Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Is this group still active? (:
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Dennface Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
This page is heaven for me! I just brought myself a Holga CFN 120. Looking forward to using it :)
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:iconrkhobbs:
Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.
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Slushy-Pye Apr 4, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Please forgive a very newbie-ish question, but would scanning developed film on a normal computer scanner produce any kind of decent result?
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:iconmarcus-thorne:
I've been able to scan negatives with a normal flatbed scanner, but the negative must be perfect.

If it has the minimum scratch, it will totally ruin it, because somehow it reflects back the sensor light and distorts the image.

As ~RKHobbs says, if you can find the transparency adaptor for your scanner, it's the way to go.
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:iconrkhobbs:
Some scanners have a transparency feature that works well. If your scanner doesn't have a transparency option, then you aren't likely to get a good result.
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Slushy-Pye Apr 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for that, I'll see if mine has that feature. :)
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:iconlost-in-wood:
thnx a lot for accepting my request :peace: :love: :peace:
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:iconmelops1ttacus:
Thank you for accepting me! :heart:
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TenderAge Nov 17, 2012   Photographer
Thank you so much for accepting me! I am looking forward to contributing my photos and such!
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