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Instax + Redscale + Sprockets : Faking it

I wanted sprocket holes on my Instax back. Crazy? Oh yes it is!

So I cut a strip of exposed negatives, stick it onto the insides of the “Diana Instant Back+”http://microsites.lomography.com/diana/products/instant and hoped they will turn out fine. I chose a couple of frames from a strip that was a bit messy, hoping by doing that I can get some crazy wild double exposures! Yeah … that means the photo I take now will ‘double expose’ with the shot that I took ages ago on that particular 35mm strip.

With the strip in it will definitely require more light to get a decent exposure. So I mounted the Diana F+ flash and used the red/orange color errmm … what do you call that? Gel? Color filter? Anyway, it’s one of those coloured thingie that came with it.

So these are the crazy redscale-looking photos with sprocket holes. Hahaha. Yeah I know it’s cheating but hey … it’s real fun!!! I also know that you probably won’t be able to figure out what are in some of the photos.

written by ndroo

13 comments

  1. dogma

    dogma

    Cool! a bit messy but i like it :)

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  2. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    wasnt this done already? it is kinda messy.hehe. y not just leave the sprockets on? that might be nice =)

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  3. ndroo

    ndroo

    @cinzinc : Yeah I posted this before. The database went crazy and it was lost, so LSI got me to resubmit this. Haha.

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  4. stouf

    stouf

    ndroo rocks ! And I think cinzinc is right.... But not sure...

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  5. ndroo

    ndroo

    @stouf : Thanks. Yeah cinzinc is absolutely right. This is a re-submission to replace the missing one earlier. :D

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  6. stouf

    stouf

    Ohh I see... It's good that you've re-submitted it ! We don't want to loose that tipster ! ; )

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  7. jsanjuan

    Can you do this in a 120-mm film?
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  8. ndroo

    ndroo

    @jsanjuan : You mean using 120 film instead of the 35mm? Of course it is possible. Have fun!

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  9. ilovemydiana

    ilovemydiana

    if i did this i think i would use slide positives :o)

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  10. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    oomg...u are so creative! haha

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  11. jsanjuan

    Thanks! :D
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  12. johnccc

    johnccc

    Would this work with the LCA+ Instant back ?

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  13. rascal-king

    Zebras and a guitar!!! Also very cool, sweet idea.
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