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May 2012: Early May.

May 2012: Early May.

Another case of a picture of me with my boyfriend standing in for lacking tripod and cable release...worked out exactly how I wanted it to although I had never used the Diana splitzer before!

laurasulilly This photo was shot on film. Taken by laurasulilly with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Provia film in Hamburg, Germany. These tags describe this photo: diana, splitzer, flowers, spring, and x-pro. This photo can be found in the albums 2012 FavouritesDiana F+ and early May.

12 comments

  1. rainboow

    rainboow

    wow she is beautiful :)

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  2. laurasulilly

    laurasulilly

    @rainboow: thank you, that's me...-it's a self-portrait :)

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  3. rainboow

    rainboow

    okay, so you are beautiful :)

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  4. andrejrusskovskij

    andrejrusskovskij

    <3 intense

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  5. bloomchen

    bloomchen

    top!

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  6. rake

    rake

    I absolutely love this

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  7. cc-in-paris

    cc-in-paris

    beautiful!

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  8. af-capture

    af-capture

    love it

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  9. avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers

    avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers

    i love this. i really struggle to get vignetting when i use my diana with colour film... what were the light conditions like when you took this shot and which aperture setting did you use? (if you remember!)

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  10. laurasulilly

    laurasulilly

    @avocado-in-a-world-of-cucumbers: First of all thank you so much for your sweet comments! Well, I remember that it was an overcast day and that the sun brake through later, so I was originally planning on setting my Diana to (either) cloudy (or sunny/cloudy) but I remember that I forgot that the Diana always needs to be set to sunny and cloudy when it is actually sunny, cloudy when it's actually sunny and cloudy, and shouldn't be used at all when there is too little light ;) So I ended up underexposing most of the shots (hence the colour, the only correctly exposed shot in this whole roll yielded completely different colours and much higher contrast)...maybe the underexposure enhanced the vignetting effect? I can't really tell.

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  11. sobetion

    sobetion

    Excellent!

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  12. candee2104

    candee2104

    Great shot, I love it! <3

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