Pre - exposing film to black light.
This is my first impressions review of the Lomography Diana Mini White, bought for me as a present for my birthday in February 2011. A test roll was shot in Nottingham, England and processed the same day. Read on for my review and see what I made of this mini marvel.
After shooting my first 3 rolls of redscale, it seem to have been quite successful. In my most popular photos, often the redscales, one of them won the competition for the Primavera Sound. I liked the results each time the best. So I want to tell you my impressions and experiences with this film, hits and errors, successes and failures, good photos and bad photos. All gentlemen ... go ahead and see.
Amidst this volcano lies a secret so beautiful and breathtaking: a serene lake of unknown depth with an emerald blue green color. For amateur adventure-seekers, what a lovely way to start!
Thanks so much to all of you who completed the Ultimate Uploads Challenge yesterday – You made it the biggest day for photo uploads in Lomography history and earned yourself some Piggy Points in the process! Don’t just be content with the Piggies you’ve earned so far though, take part in today’s Century Club challenge and get yourself some more - But hurry, those Piggies are moving fast!
I finally bought a copy of Lula Magazine(Issue 11) at the local bookstore and what a delight it was to find Mr. Pink inside and lots of beautiful film photography.