Hanboks and Light Leaks


Here’s an old Holga photo I recently stumbled upon in my archives. This shot has some severe light leaks, but I like the effect and the sort of energy these light leaks bring to an otherwise still life sort of image. The Hanbok is the traditional Korean dress; a family set can be seen here. At one time, wearing Hanbok was commonplace. Nowadays Koreans typically only don this traditional attire for special occasions. I have another Hanbok post, only in a more street photography vein, here.  I can’t recall what film I had loaded for this shot, but it was most definitely expired. © Patrick Bresnahan


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