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Bending
Taken with Holga

This photo was my attempt at the Toy Camera Group Project "Shoot From the Hip". The project requirements included; no use of the viewfinder, black and white film, and the inclusion of people in the shot. This proved to be difficult for me. I nearly always use the viewfinder (which is why I rarely crop my photos), and I never take photos of people I don't know. I ended up taking two photos total, that actually met the project requirements, and the second was underexposed.

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In other news my holiday gift, the Horizon 202 panoramic camera arrived. The film is loaded but due to low light levels I have not taken any photos. I have however carried the camera, in it's special bag, around the apartment like a total spaz. Just like a kid with a new toy.

Despite being exhausted beyond belief last night, I managed to blow a few hours reading up on the use of this camera. That was followed by an MTV marathon of some show I'd never heard of (and wished I hadn't) called "Rich Girls". I love the way the class war is played out on television. Rich girls are either insanely stupid, "over-sexed" (in the words of one of the girl's big daddy), incredibly naive, fucked up... or all of the above. We get it. Mind you I continued to watch it through a few half hour shows so who's the moron in this scenerio?



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