You may remember Ethan Ward from 90210's first Season. Actor Dustin Milligan now shot his first movie with a leading role - appeared at the Premiere of his movie "Gunless" on the Red Carpet with a Diana Mini! in tow
This first feature is the canadian western “Gunless”. At the official premiere Dustin appeared at the red carpet with a Diana Mini in tow.
Some days later he did a video chat on his webpage and somebody asked, if he is a Lomographer. Dustin answered that he just started to shoot with his Diana Mini, but that he is really into it and likes his Diana a lot. He left the video chat to fetch the camera and then he showed his Diana Mini to everybody. He also said that he does not have a Lomohome yet, but that he wants to show his Pix, if they are ready. So watch out for Dustin Milligan’s shots!
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