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Tipster Of The Day: Multiple Fader Deluxe

On taking snapshots, you always rely on whatever there is your immediate surroundings has and it is up to your own intuition to decide when is the right time to press that shutter button of the camera you fully trust, hoping that it will faithfully reproduced as exactly as what you saw in your viewfinder. (Un)fortunately, this is not the case with this camera...

On taking snapshots, you always rely on whatever there is your immediate surroundings has and it is up to your own intuition to decide when is the right time to press that shutter button of the camera you fully trust, hoping that it will faithfully reproduced as exactly as what you saw in your viewfinder. (Un)fortunately, this is not the case with this camera…

GHOSTS SAY HI by bearncze

With your Diana+ you can do multiple exposures. First, expose something on your first frame. Second, without advancing your film take someone else’s portrait on the exact place where you took your first shot. The effect is that it will homegenised both the background and foreground elements in your photo. A lo-fi ghostly imprints.

Having a snap session with the Diana+ can either be the best or worst thing that could happen in your life but it really depends on how you tolerate this plastic goddess… you simply have to surrender and just shoot!

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written by bearncze

3 comments

  1. superlighter

    superlighter

    and don't forget to underexpose the first shot

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  2. butter

    The one on the dock is spectacular!

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  3. ukaaa

    ukaaa

    I love shot 2!

    over 5 years ago · report as spam