The Holga 120 medium format camera was designed by Lee Ting-Mo in Hong Kong. It started production in 1982 with hopes of it becoming a cheap camera for the masses in China. However, with the advent of 35mm film, the camera never achieved its goal and faded from the market place. In recent years, the camera gained a second life. Photographers became attracted to its imperfections, light leaks and surrealistic images it produces. It’s still cheap usually costing less than $65. You don’t get instant results. You never know what the image shot initially looks like because it’s a film camera. You have to wait for the processing. Once in a while you find art, imaginations and treasures in the shots you get back. All gathered while wandering in the world with your Holga