"Take your Holga out for a ride. Stop often. Play."
Kit Frost, Professional Photographer
"Mechanically the Holga is simplicity itself. The nature of the Holga places emphasis on seeing, thinking, and interacting with the environment at hand."
Joe Ostraff, Professor, BYU
"The Holga summons up Dadaist traditions of chance, surprise, and willingness to see what can happen."
Robert Hirsch, Photographic Historian, in his book Photographic Possibilities(with J. Valentino. Focal Press 2001)
"As for the Holga, I like using it and making my students use it, because it encourages the photographer to concentrate on his/her relationship with the subject without technology getting in the way. The resulting images depend on the photographer's presence (of mind and body)."
Lesley Krane, educator at California State University, Northridge
"As the Koordinator of the Krappy Kamera Competition, I've seen thousands of images produced with this camera. I am always awed by the variety of images that can be produced with such minimal equipment."
Sandy Carrion, Coordinator of the Krappy Kamera Competition.
"I still have the first Holga I ever bought back in 1988. I loved it then and still do, especially with black and white film."
Julia Dean, founder of the Julia Dean Photographic Workshops.
"I love my Holgas and I have eight of them. As a designer and art director, I have used Holga cameras on many photo shoots and clients love the different effects!"
Randy Thomas, Founder, Randy Thomas Design Agency.