This is a quick tip to remember when traveling on a train with your Diana F+ (or other cameras that allow you to do long exposures). Don't forget to press the button a couple of seconds!
Do you want to shoot self-portraits with your Diana F+? But the Diana cable release is too short and longer ones are too expensive for you? No problem, you can simply make your own diy cable release. All you need is a stable tripod and a string.
Because I've noticed at first that Diana F+ Instant images are very bright in the sunshine, and thus, no double exposures are possible, I set to work immediately and made a gray filter. Since I was at it, I did the same for the Diana Mini. I also had the same problem in sunny conditions, and in particular, cross-development often problems with overexposure.
Would you also like photos with amazing red, green, blue and yellow shades? You can easily make ones to put behind and in front of your lens on your own!
Add some color and design to your photos with these easy-peasy, printable DIY Rainbow Polka Dot Filters. All the steps, tips, and tricks from someone who's made it to the other side of the rainbow.
I had always worried about my beautiful La Sardina when I put it in my pocket without protection. So, I finally sewed a bag made of felt. It's not perfect, but that's the way sometimes with analog stuff! Read on to learn how I did it!
Normal mode on Diana is a fixed exposure time of 1/100 or "as long as you hold down the button". with this mod you´ll get a timer, which is ideal for long night-time exposure and evening/indoor pinhole exposures. This means it only works in "b" mode. It´s pretty easy to do….
Too bad, your vintage cameras are only collecting dust in your drawers. Well, we've got a Tipster for you, how to let your cameras shine brighter then ever.
In this tipster, I want to give lomographers a tip for shooting beautiful and lovely backlight photos. Isn't it great to have nice blue colour on the sky and those high contrasting colours of the subject you are shooting? I personally love it. There is a simple way to get these kinds of lovely shots which I found out around two years back.
Want to show your Spinner photos in a different light? Try a stereographic projection. (Warning: Photoshopping is necessary!)
I have always wanted to try Revolog Kolor Film, but for the mean time, I tried out a DIY substite.