YSP with Holga – Part 3 (Photography)

The final set of photographs from my Yorkshire Sculpture Park visit. These are all taken with a Holga (FN) with Kodak 400VC colour film.

Most of these also have sister photos taken on my digital SLR Nikon D40. The comparisons are interesting.  I kind of prefer the aesthetic the Holga brings to the sculptures. It’s good subject material for a plastic camera.

conversation by sophie ryder (holga)
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paint pots by sophie ryder (holga)
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lady hare sitting by sophie ryder (holga)
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lady hare sitting by sophie ryder (holga)
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Here you can see the Holga and then the digital SLR shots side by side:

pink lady hare dancing with big brown dog by sophie ryder (holga) yorkshire sculpture park - pink lady hare dancing with big brown dog - sophie ryder

lady hare by sophie ryder (holga) yorkshire sculpture - minotaur and lady hare - park sophie ryder

paint pots by sophie ryder (holga) yorkshire sculpture park - paint pots - sophie ryder

conversation by sophie ryder (holga) yorkshire sculpture - conversation - park sophie ryder

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3 comments on “YSP with Holga – Part 3 (Photography)
  1. Donimo says:

    Wow, those are wild sculptures. Kinda disturbing and magical at the same time. I’ve loved going through all your photos. As always, i love your Holga shots, the sculptures seem so much more dramatic. It’s great to be able to compare the difference between the Holga and the digital shots. I learn so much from your site. Nice eye.

    I’ve been down for the count for most of this summer, so it’s nice to a least go on an excursion through your trip pics.

  2. Mikki says:

    I love the Holga shots Rachel! They add a certain mythical feel to the pictures which adds something to them if you’re not lucky enough to be able to get up there and look at them in person!

  3. adam says:

    Yes, I agree with others, maybe we/the Holga needs to alter reality a bit for us to be stimulated. Good work!

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Rachel Groves, Artist
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