Even more options for your Diana F+ with the 35mm Back!
Off-camera lighting and a powerful Lomography flash is the best way to get really spooky, pretty feaky, VERY GHOSTLY images. Find out more after the jump!
A review on Pentax Auto 110 SLR, the worlds smallest film SLR!
The time for sun, surf and sand has come to a close so we must announce the winners for our An Instant: Taste of Summer Rumble! Here they are!
An easy add-on to your Diana Mini to monitor your clicks, and get 53 square frame photos from your typical 36 exposure 135 film. Check it out!
Buildings opposite the Buchanan Galleries are being demolished to make way for ten new shops, a restaurant, and forty-nine new flats. Currently, all the old buildings are being razed, save for a B-listed façade on West Nile Street. The work has been going on for months and will continue for some time.
After writing a review recently about my Brownie 127, which I use with 35mm film to get exposed sprocket holes, a few people messaged me to ask how to load it up. It is a very very easy process that I will explain below.
Use the Diana+ Splitzer to get multiple pictures in one frame without the over-exposure!