Xpro Holga


Oxley Building

Originally uploaded by genshi

Well, I ran my first roll of color film (Fuji Velvia RVP100 slide) through the Holga and then had it cross-processed (xpro) which forces a color shift to the negatives. The images are interesting, though I am actually not completely happy with the results (could be my lack of inspiration this time around and/or the subjects I shot.)

In any case, this was more of an experiment for me to see what the whole xpro thing is like and to get a feel for shooting color with the Holga.

I think I’ll stick to shooting black and white for now though…

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Award winning Filmmaker, Composer, Photographer and Designer Craig Anthony Perkins began as a musician at the age of four, a magician at the age of six, and became interested in photography and filmmaking at a very early age as well. In the past Craig has worked in both a creative and technical capacity within the entertainment industry for companies such as Philips Media, Universal Interactive Studios and AVID, doing everything from video game design and film post production, to sound design, composing and technical writing. Under his own company Genshi Media Group, he has released several albums on the iTunes Music Store, has had his photography published in magazines and exhibited in galleries, his short films showcased in film festivals worldwide (with two of his films actually winning) and has designed indie art toys - including the much sought-after Broken Heart Robot - which has led to talks with two TV networks for consideration as an animated series based on his toy character. Now, between Filmmaking, Photography and Music, as well as performing as a working Magician & Mentalist, Craig is also helping others as a Creative Coach, Personal Consultant & Motivational Speaker; sharing his secrets to creative success and empowering those who seek the creative genius within themselves! View all posts by Craig Anthony Perkins

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