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.
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.