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Found this field with a lampost in the middle, and a barn with a Post Office sign on it. Very random.

Found this field with a lampost in the middle, and a barn with a Post Office sign on it. Very random.

My second attempt with redscale film. I love the very dark red ones mostly. But I also love the change in shades depending on light. I didn't use a mask in the camera, with a 16-shot setting, and despite winding to each number in the normal way the frames seem to vary in size with some unexplained overlapping. Also they are snug to the bottom of the roll with a big gap at the top. I always find 120 in the Diana rolls awkwardly, and differently each time. Anyone else find this?

schlogoat This photo was shot on film. Taken by schlogoat with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Redscale (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: clouds, double, lamppost, and lamp. This photo can also be found in the album Redscale on Diana in December 2012.

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  1. blikka

    blikka

    hehe in my experience there's always something unexplained and different each time with the Diana and her 120 film rolls :P
    For example this summer, I got a roll which looked like.. swollen, don't know why and I could barely roll it at the end.

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