Diana F+ Pinholes

This is probably the least used feature of Lomography Diana F+, which is however capable of producing some quite unusual results. Extreme magnification is not its strong side however.

10 Comments

  1. kibs
    kibs ·

    Beautiful album! I've been wanting to try the pinhole setting on my Diana. Love the dreamy results!

  2. davidb
    davidb ·

    Stunning colours. Well done!

  3. guinastrapazi
    guinastrapazi ·

    hm. "least used" is definitely true. i think i've used the pinhole setting only three times, since i have my Diana (which is 2 years ago, that i've bought it).
    can you approximately remember how long you exposed the film?

  4. adash
    adash ·

    @kibs @davidb Thanks for your kind words!
    @guinastrapazi I think it was about 30 or 40 seconds in the light of the setting sun. The film has got some nasty storage history, and I decided I would fight this with over-exposure and under-development as I did.

  5. guinastrapazi
    guinastrapazi ·

    so you unmounted the lens and didn't set the setting on "P", but on sun setting, right?
    wow 30 seconds is long! :D

  6. adash
    adash ·

    @guinastrapazi Oh, no, it is P, or no image would be formed otherwise. I mean that the light was coming from the setting Sun, and not that the aperture was Sunny.

  7. guinastrapazi
    guinastrapazi ·

    haha okay :D thank you

  8. gabrieldietrich
    gabrieldietrich ·

    Great album!!

  9. itisanormalname
    itisanormalname ·

    well, i use P aperture in 90% time of using my Diana ;) for the rest holga is better for me.
    btw, i love the photo, looks like polaroid

  10. jourdanlynch
    jourdanlynch ·

    being able to switch to pinhole is what attracted me to the Diana to begin with haha.