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The unassuming Holga is here to save you from a future of digital pixels and images shared on small screens on cameras or phones. We have all become numbed with photography, there is no denying it, but a chunky camera made almost entirely of plastic has been put on this Earth to save us. It will reawaken your vision, fill you with joy, make you see beauty when you thought it had disappeared forever, and bring out sunshine on a cloudy day.

The unassuming Holga is here to save the analogue junky in a digital world. You no longer have to fear a future of digital pixels and images shared on small camera screens or phones. A chunky camera made almost entirely of plastic has been put on this Earth to save us.If you like this ‘cult classic’ or plastic cameras, have a look at the new Diana Mini. The 60’s trend of handy sized half-frame photography is back! With the convenience of 35mm and the ability to switch to the rare square format.

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Holga-Sara and Noel's 2010 by David 23
Holga-Sara and Noel’s 2010, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Hotdog Island – Evanston IL. Taken from inside the car – Holga 120

Holga Flea Market by David 23
Holga Flea Market, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Holga Flea Market by David 23
Holga Flea Market, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Holga Flea Market by David 23
Holga Flea Market, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Holga Flea Market by David 23
Holga Flea Market, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Random Holga120 by David 23
Random Holga120, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Random Holga120 by David 23
Random Holga120, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.

Random Holga120 by David 23
Random Holga120, a photo by David 23 on Flickr.



b&w buildings nyc, originally uploaded by David 23.



Penn Stairs, originally uploaded by David 23.