Fans of the Star Wars mythology know that to be a true Jedi knight, one must make one’s own lightsaber. Similarly, you can spot a true photographer by how they’ve modified and taped their Holga. The cheap and funky Hong Kong camera is low-fi photography at its nuttiest – charmingly inconsistent Holga results include lens distortion (what do you want from plastic?), light leakage and a dream-like focus. But the photo-Jedis make these quirks work for them, crafting beautiful images that come not from technological short-cuts but through gut feelings and an appreciation of the moment. Approve of the Holga, Yoda would. Forty-two local artists were asked to have fun with the Holga, and the resulting... More >>>