As I said in my first blog post about the Diana F+, the Diana is a volatile creature, but with some patience and constant reading of the manual, it does get easier!!
Big delay in me finally getting up this post as work has now picked up and I don’t have as much free time in front of the computer as I did a few weeks ago!
In my eagerness to get using the Diana F+, my first roll was taken at night using a very low ISO film (not the best combination). Though I did get some good long exposure shots that I was happy with.
The second roll I took more time with – perhaps because I had now realised just how much the developing and scanning was going to cost me!!! I experimented a bit more with double exposures, some coming out heaps better than others:
However, I was stilling struggling to get to grips with exposure and just how much light is enough. The last one was overexposed because I shot the first image with a long exposure and then accidentally shot another image over it :(.
However, I did get some lovely images, the first one below is one of my favourites of the roll, apart from the fact that some kid dumped his scooter right in my shot just before I took the photo grrr.