Photography with the Little fisheye princess (Diana Mini Fisheye)

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Have you thought about our "Little Princess" Diana Mini; In addition to her unique half frame and her retro square format mode, she can be just like her big sister Diana, where attachment of a lens can be used to shoot other effects? All you have to do is buy a Holga 135 Fisheye Lens, and the Diana Mini can quickly became a fish-eye camera!

Have you thought about our Little Princess Diana Mini In addition to her unique half frame and her retro square format mode, she can be just like her big sister Diana Diana , where attachment of a lens can be used to shoot other effects? All you have to do is buy a Holga 135 Fisheye Lens , and the Diana Mini can quickly became a fish-eye camera!

Method:

1. Choose the “square” camera mode
2. Set the focusing distance as “4 m to endless”
3. Attach the Holga 135 Fisheye Lens to the Diana Mini (the lens will not fit perfectly as it is not for the Diana mini, but as a Lomographer, figure it out!)

  1. Done! Now take your little “fish-eye camera” out with you and take photos everywhere.

In relation to using the flash

When using the “Diana mini fish eye camera” , it is necessary to use a flash especially when indoors. Try using the Lomography Ringflash , you can use the Fisheye adapter and ringflash at the same time for bright “light”!

written by json on 2011-06-13 in #gear #tipster #tipster #diana-mini #hong-kong #holga-135-fisheye-lens #fisheye #hk #lomography-ringflash

4 Comments

  1. jwhoa19
    jwhoa19 ·

    Do you have any results in half frame mode?

  2. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Oh hey it works really well! So do you just leave it at 4-infinity the whole time? Even if the subject is closer??

  3. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    wow! great!

  4. litumai
    litumai ·

    amazing tip, i had been wondering how the hell i could adapt a fisheye lense to my baby, but couldnt find any articles related to that. snaps for the creativity!!! :D just a quick question: how many mm in diameter is that lense?

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