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A photo essay for the last day of the other world

Yesterday was a good day. It seems to me Jan. 19, 2017, marked the last day in the known universe. Today we have entered an alternate world, but to what that will hold – I hope for the best. So, to hold the memory of the lost world, I spent some time documenting things as I saw them – through the lens of a Holga Digital.

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The Unwinding Path is the blog of L.S. King – photographer, want-to-be printmaker and sometimes hypnotist. By day she is an arts communications officer at a rural university (translation: photographer, writer, and media content provider), and most of the rest of her time she is an MFA graduate student at Radford University.

http://www.lskingphotography.com

4 Comments

  1. This was great and just what I needed today-are you using a Holga digital for your photographs? I am very intrigued by your process-

    • Thanks! These images are the first of the Holga Digital that I have created, and are fairly unaltered. My other stuff is all shot on various iPhones or with my Canon D60 with heavy Photoshopping or various apps. For film cameras I shoot with my DIY pinhole, Hassey, or Holga).

      • Thanks so much for the info- I have been thinking about a Holman digital but am still on the fence-

        • Just so you know, they are more toward low res.

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