Friday, December 10, 2010

HOLGA - From the Narita Express

As I was leaving Tokyo on the limited express train known as the N'EX (Narita Express) for Narita Airport I decided to take some Holga photos from the train. I've had okay success with digital photos I've taken from trains and wondered how the pictures would turn out when I used a Holga camera with its fast shutter speed.


Good-by Tokyo.


Surburban Tokyo flashes by.


Overhead tacks perhaps used by the Shinkansen trains.


Green country side with a refection of a car in this runon photo.


There's a semi enclosed elevated highway on the middle right side of the photo. Looks like a fun highway to drive on.


More green countryside and electric poles in this double exposure. I was happy with how these photos turned out.

3 comments:

duriandave said...

These are really great! I love how the Holga captures the feeling of motion. Much better than a digital camera.

YTSL said...

The double exposures work really well since windows are so given to reflection and glare. :)

sbk said...

Hi duriandave and YTSL,

Thank you both. I'm glad you liked these photos. I was pleased with them too. I felt very sad that my holiday was over so I took out my Holga and started taking pictures. I was less sad after a few shots.