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The Holga’s pristine square shots led a select civilization in a cult following of the plastic-lens camera. In honour of this obsession, we pooled up the greatest Holga fanatics to create a book that celebrates the global pursuit of Holga mastery.
Give your Holga 120 a Fisheye perspective with the Fisheye Lens. It easily snaps onto the front of your Holga lens barrel for a 170° view!
Achieve the perfect results, surround your lens with a burst of perfectly-even light with the Ringflash!
Create your own pinhole images with a camera that you make yourself with the Pinhole Art DIY Combo.
Unwanted movements can shake your camera and blur long-exposure shots. Not with the Holga Cable Release Adaptor!
Want to get twice as close to your subject? Try the Holga Tele Lens 2.5x. Achieve that old-school, vignetted feel up close!
Load your Holga with regular 35mm film using this ingenious adapter!
Give your Holga 135 a Fisheye perspective with the Fisheye Lens. It easily snaps onto the front of your Holga lens barrel for a 170° view!
Featuring a 30mm and 60mm lens, the Holga Macro Lens Set will brilliantly optimized your camera for close-ups!
This 90-page book is the far-reaching visual diary of Holga photographer extraordinaire Frederic Lebain. It accounts his unique travels over the past few years through the most exquisite Holga square photos.
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See your shots in 3D! The Holga 3D Slide Viewer, when paired with the Holga Stereo Slide Mount, will take you into a surreal 3D world!
See your shots in 3D! The Holga 135 3D Slide Mount works with the Holga 3D Slide Viewer and takes you into a surreal 3D world!
The Holga 120 3D Stereo Camera 35mm Film Adaptor Kit transforms your Holga 120 into a 3D Stereo Camera. Enjoy the 3D effect on 35mm!
Issue 14 of JPG, the magazine for people who love image-making without attitude.
Issue 17 of JPG, the magazine for people who love image-making without attitude.