A Lomofriend lent me his little baby for a couple of hours... after some flash shooting and double exposure, let me introduce you: Diana Baby 110!
When Diana Baby was launched I was totally curious about it because I’ve tried 110mm cameras before but having a Diana shooting in this format was something incredible to me.
I took Diana Baby and loaded it with a Color Tiger 110 (also the first time I used it!) and decided to take some indoors portraits with a flash, and here there are some shots…
After developing my 110mm roll I could only say: WOW!, sharp images even it’s a plastic lens! don’t get me wrong but it’s known how difficult it is to get really nice focused pictures with plastic lens so, yes, I was quite amazed, synchronization worked perfectly.
Then I took a look over my selfportrait (we cannot miss that in a test roll, can we?) and here it is:
This time, no flash, taking advantage of that asa 200 Tiger gives us… pretty neat, isn’t it? Oh well, there was another thing yet to try, very important to me:
D O U B L E E X P O S U R E ! and they just couldn’t be more lovely:
What’s important to let you know is that I took advice from vinci84 who lent me Diana Baby, he told me that it was worth it to buy this 12mm lens, because if not you’ll be getting a very narrow composition, not as wide as my results. Even though, lomographers are always eager to learn how to use cameras and: practice makes perfect.
I highly recommend this little and beautiful camera, it’s handy and makes lovely pictures, just like its bigger Diana’s sisters.
Keep 110mm film alive!