The images shown were all created “in camera”. The change in tones, removal of odd blemishes and the addition of some vector was all minimal post production work, created using PS & AI.
Holga D is a digital camera inspired from the extremely popular cult of Holga and other toy cameras of its kind.
After spending 23 sun-soaked years in the valleys and on the beaches of southern California, Brooke Nipar broke for New York City. Reared at the hands of rock n’ roll parents, she brought with her a unique vision. Years of listening to her forebears’ records, crashing punk shows and fleeing to remote desert raves have forged a singular energy and anyone who’s lucky enough to have met her can attest to it. Now transformed into a city girl, Brooke likes to spend free time from photo projects on the elusive hunt for an authentic L.A.-style burrito in New York and dancing with anyone bold enough to try and keep up.