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DANCE! DANCE! DANCE! Like you were sixteen!

DANCE! DANCE! DANCE! Like you were sixteen!

In the Lomography store I've asked for one film with a kind of characteristics and the lady sold me one completely different, she had sold me a redscale. The results are completely different that I was expecting. Some photos are really dark, but another's are good =)

joao-lomo-leao This photo was shot on film. Taken by joao-lomo-leao with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Redscale (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Quinta da atalaia, Portugal. These tags describe this photo: redscale and dance!. This photo can also be found in the album 2nd Diana Film (very bad) ....


  1. etxenike


    What characteristics were you looking for? Hopefully we can understand you better than the lady from the store and recommend you a film closer than what you want. Also, the reason some photos are underexposed, is because the aperture setting symbols on the Diana F+ were made with 400 ASA film in mind, so if you shoot 100 ASA film, you'd have to change it two stops: shoot in the cloudy setting when it is sunny and... pretty much forget about taking pictures if it's not sunny, unless you use bulb mode.

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  2. joao-lomo-leao


    (Thanks very much for the likes!) The lady from the store get the wrong film so I thought I was using a 100 ASA film, very different from this one, so the results was different then what I was exepecting. It was a LOMO SURPRISE! It happens =D

    Thanks for the help anyway!

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