Lomography Photography

I did a post in December showing you the new Diana F+ lomography camera I has bought myself for no reason.  I used it over Christmas and took some photos, it took me a while to get them developed due to laziness and annoyance at having to pay £11 to get my photos done (there is a reason why digitalisation is taking over the world).

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Lomography encourages people to use analogue cameras spontaneously and experimentally, which is what I tried to do.  The risk is that your pictures might not come out at all and you won’t know until you get the photos back.  I used a 12 shot setting but only got 8 pictures back, and 1 of those isn’t really of anything.   The numbers you can see are the numbers of the film- I’m not sure why they’re visible but I did get the settings confused initially so that might explain it.  I made the decent pictures into a collage, the outdoor ones seemed to have worked better due to the greater light (I don’t have flash).  On the whole I think I need to play around more, experiment more, and be prepared to pay more!

Lomography Diana F+

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