Last year, I discovered Holga. She’s an inexpensive, clunky camera made almost entirely of plastic. It’s the not-so-great design that makes it great. Each camera has light leaks and slight distortions that make each photo a little different. Holga photos takes with medium format 120 film that leave cool steaks and textures and dark spots or edges
While I love Holga, developing gets a little expensive. I usually send the rolls of film (you choose 12 or 16 photos a roll) to Dwayne’s Photo. He’s the cheapest. Just be careful when you buy film. If you want prints, make sure you don’t buy slide film. That’s where it gets super expensive. In Stockton, I think the only place to get 120 film developed at is Wolf Photo, by Chucky Cheese on Pacific.
Here are some photos from my first roll of film.