The other day I had my second roll of film that I took with my Diana F+
camera developed. I learned a few lessons from my first roll
. Two of those lessons were, when using the 35mm back
, stand much
further back then you think you need to and keep the subject in the centre of the viewfinder. While I effectively communicated the first lesson to Ivan, obviously I didn't adequately explain the second one. These photos are proof of that.
oh so close!
I still like them! I have a bunch of photos that turned out really cool, I will show you those soon.
Headless Elycia ^^ReplyDelete
Next time your pics will rock your socks!
Aww, haha at least you have nice outfits!! I'm glad you are figuring things out with the Diana, it inspires me to break mine back out and give it a go..thanks! I can't wait to see the other photos! :) - LoReplyDelete
I like the second one! It's got a cool vintagey feel to it. Plus it's hella artsy ;)ReplyDelete
I would be absolutely hopeless with these kinds of cameras.
Haha! These are awesome! I love how random and imperfect Diana is...it's all part of her charm. ;-)ReplyDelete
I think they are awesome! I love the imperfect quality of the Diana. I think the more surprising the better. Can I come to Canada and play Diana with you? Someday!ReplyDelete
even if your head is chopped off, your pictures came out beautifully.ReplyDelete
Even though these are some of your first attempts and such with that camera, they're still great.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see more.. I'm actually looking into some type of new camera.. whether it's a Holga or Diana, IDK.. haha.
Haha, these are too cute. My boyfriend does the opposite...instead I'll have all the head room in the world and you can't see the rest of me :pReplyDelete
The second to last one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
I have this camera too, and i was discouraged when my first role came out horribly wrong because of lighting. do you know where i can get tips on using it?ReplyDelete
haha, that's hilarious! Ivan could really capture the Headless Horseman around Halloween time! ;) But in all seriousness, this is what makes analog the greatest... all the surprises along the way!ReplyDelete
ehhehe i love all the cut off heads!!ReplyDelete
Steffys Pros and Cons
The photos are fun, like a different perspective. I am working on my first roll of film in my diana mini and occasionally I wonder if anything will come out!ReplyDelete
i love lomo cameras! i took my holgaroid to my knitting club tonight. i can't wait to share the pictures! where do you get your 35mm developed? i hear walgreens actually does a nice job.ReplyDelete
knitxcore, I take it to Shoppers DrugMart (is that just a Canadian pharmacy, i think so)
MILA, one of the posts I'm planning is about lighting and the Diana so check back!
Amy, yes come play Diana!
those look awesome I finished my second roll today and hopefully I will take them soon to develop, can't wait to see how they turn outReplyDelete
Those photos turned out so beautiful! Love them! <3ReplyDelete
...Where did you buy those pink shoes/boots in the third photo! They're awesome!
Have a lovely weekend!
xo nina <3