Designed by T. M. Lee in 1981, the Holga camera first appeared outside China in 1982. At the time,120 roll film, in black-and-white was the most widely available film in mainland China. The Holga was intended to provide an inexpensive mass-market camera for working-class Chinese in order to record family portraits and events
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This is my tribute to that format
Because the camera and specifically the lens, was badly made it caused the final image to be rather interesting
The photographer had no control over the finished product.
other than the fact you knew what the subject was.
Currently 120 roll-film is difficult (impossible) to obtain...
so these "Holga-ish" digital images are the next best thin
I started with a buffalo, and I will end with one...