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  • Calendar.

    shared by u-t-e on 2009-08-24

    Four girls on a mission: A calendar for their friend.

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  • Shooting...

    shared by u-t-e on 2009-08-24

    ...myself.

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  • A regular week-end

    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2014-06-16

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  • familly and significant others

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  • familly and significant others

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  • familly and significant others

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  • familly and significant others

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  • 2013 Castle on microfilm (DIANA BABY)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-21

    Yyyyyyyeeeeeeah, finally the lab returned to me my films and photos I made recently in various places of PL, using the excellent Lomography DIANA BABY camera! :) And this is the first album of them. This time I used the "Tiger" film and the 'smaller' lens (You can change the lens in Diana Baby, You know). The collection has been made in Dobczyce city. You can see here the castle, the lake nearby, and also the local heritage park. I would like to emphasize :) that once again Diana Baby appeared to be - not only a good-looking machine :) - but also a fantastic camera that You can make cool photos with!! :) Enjoy!!

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  • 2013 Castle on microfilm (DIANA BABY)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-21

    Yyyyyyyeeeeeeah, finally the lab returned to me my films and photos I made recently in various places of PL, using the excellent Lomography DIANA BABY camera! :) And this is the first album of them. This time I used the "Tiger" film and the 'smaller' lens (You can change the lens in Diana Baby, You know). The collection has been made in Dobczyce city. You can see here the castle, the lake nearby, and also the local heritage park. I would like to emphasize :) that once again Diana Baby appeared to be - not only a good-looking machine :) - but also a fantastic camera that You can make cool photos with!! :) Enjoy!!

  • 2013 Castle on microfilm (DIANA BABY)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-21

    Yyyyyyyeeeeeeah, finally the lab returned to me my films and photos I made recently in various places of PL, using the excellent Lomography DIANA BABY camera! :) And this is the first album of them. This time I used the "Tiger" film and the 'smaller' lens (You can change the lens in Diana Baby, You know). The collection has been made in Dobczyce city. You can see here the castle, the lake nearby, and also the local heritage park. I would like to emphasize :) that once again Diana Baby appeared to be - not only a good-looking machine :) - but also a fantastic camera that You can make cool photos with!! :) Enjoy!!

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  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

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  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

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  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

    1
  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

    1
  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

    1
  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

    1
  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.

    1
  • 2013 Krzyztopor Castle (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-08-29

    Let’s make a little break (a poem!! ;) ;) ;) ) in the Diana Baby series. But we will stay in the DIANA world and Austrian stuff related with analogue photography. So – this time – my beloved Lomography DIANA MINI and – the first time for me – Lomography film - 100/36 Colorneg. First – like somebody wrote already in this portal – I forgot how much I like the cute Diana Mini: using it and the photos it can take. And of course how pretty this machine is. :) :) :) The most ‘compact’ in the compact-cameras’ world, the most handy and comfortable in usage. But second – the film was an experiment to me. Normally I was using films like Kodak or Fuji (and similar, possible to buy in regular photo-shops). Lately they were 200 ISO, so I wasn’t sure what would come from the Lomography Colorneg, which is 100 ISO. So - in 15.08.2013 we went to the Krzyztopor castle (what’s funny, its name could be translated as “Cross axe” ;) ;) And actually it shouldn't be called a 'castle' but a 'palace'). I had no flash-lamp, so I wasn’t sure how would come out the photos made deeper in the castle – with less of light – on the 100 ISO film. And imagine my surprise when I took the photos from a lab and… 99% looked very well, even those photos from “almost-dungeons” places! :) I can state now – the Austrian combo “Diana Mini + Lomography 100/36 Colorneg film” is EXCELLENT!!!!!! Now I’m sure: next films I will buy - will be the Lomography Colorneg FOR SURE, again! Anywayzzzzzz. As You can see, the castle is really nice and in some places it looks like a Colosseum or sommit, heheh. I even didn’t know we had something like that in our country. :) PS: I made in this place also several shots with other machines but I will upload them later – don’t wanna flood this portal with photos, You know.