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Hello and welcome to The Plastic Landscape. If you are looking for information on using not so serious cameras such as Holgas and Dianas in a very serious way, then this is the place for you.
This website is all about using low-fi cameras for landscape and nature photography.
I created this site because I am frankly sick and tired of the attitude around the net about sharpness being the end all of all "good photography" (whatever that is anyway). In that light you won't find any lens tests here, or the latest test and review on the latest and greatest DSLR.
What you will find is a wealth of information on the use and practice of so called "toy cameras". So take off your shoes, sit back, relax and stay awhile. As I said you won't find lens charts here but you will find information about using Infrared film in a Holga, or shooting landscapes with a Diana. You won't find info on the news Canon or Nikon DSLRs but you might find some black tape lying around.
In conclusion I hope you enjoy this site as much as I have enjoyed making it. This site will always be a work in progress, so please bookmark it and comeback and check it out again in the future. So check out the links above and have a look around. If you have any comments (good or bad) drop by the contact page and let me know what you think. As you can probably tell I have tried to keep this site and it's layout as simple and laid back as possible. Much like a Holga it does not need to be fancy just work. Thanks for looking, and until next time I wish you good light and good times.
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