Getting Serious With a Toy Camera
8th Annual International Holga and Friends Photography Contest, Juror Burt Finger, Deadline August 25, 2018.
The 7th Annual Holga & Friends Out of the Box (on creativity that is) International Photography Competition is now under way with juror, O. Rufus Lovett, a professional photographer, teacher, lecturer, author and curator based in Longview, Texas.
It is open to amateur and professional photographers around the globe that use a toy camera or an element of it. Photographs of your choice of subject matter made with any low-end, low-tech, limited-control camera “toy” camera – such as pinhole, Holga, Diana, Konstruktor F, Brownies, Anscos, and other Lomo products— will be accepted. Photographs made from Polaroid-type film backs attached to Holgas are also welcome. Photographs made from a DSLR or SLR with a pinhole, Holga, Diana, or plastic lens will be accepted.
The Holga & Friends Out of the Box International Photography Exhibition opens in our space at 2543 Farrington St., Dallas, TX 75207 - in the Dallas Design District ! Lomography and Freestyle are sponsoring the exhibit.
Getting Serious with a Toy Camera
Photographs by John Armstrong
and Artist Talk at 7pm
Tammy Cromer Photography is located at 2543 Farrington St., Dallas, TX 75207
214.4307148 | firstname.lastname@example.org | tammycromergallery.com
A few words…
When I was 5, I went on a six week road trip with my aunt and uncle to California and up the west coast to Seattle.
My aunt had a Kodak TLR that she carefully held while composing her shots of interesting places along the way. I had an Imperial Mark XII that my parents had bought for me to take along on the trip. My aunt’s words of encouragement for taking pictures were to be still and to hold the camera level.
As you can see in my photos, I still don’t always manage to hold the camera level and the road trip has never ended.
Just Passing Through is an ongoing series of places slowly fading from the American landscape. Skeletons of buildings and relics of times past are my favorite spots.
Randomly found, stealthily pursued and occasionally staged scenes serve as places that become portals for time travel in an obscure way.
They open the imagination to unexpected possibilities.
Becky Ramotowski is a regular contributor to the San Antonio Express-News through her
Come see the remarkable work of Seattle photographer Ryan Synovec. He photographed it with a Holga camera and infrared film. It is a great show. Join us April 7 from 5 -8 pm at TCC PHOTO | GALLERY, located at 207 N. Center St., Longview, Texas 75601 and online at www.tccphotogallery.com . The exhibit is up through May 20, 2016.
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