One of the technique favourites of our analogue aficionados, multi-exposures (without photo manipulation) are here to stay – and can now be seen with the Instant Film format!
Ever wondered when will be the day multi-exposures will finally surface on the Instant film format? The wait is finally over, as you can now bring those wacky, artsy mini doubles and multiples you’ve come to love to the Instant film game! Attach your new nifty Diana Instant Back+, click once, click twice, click multiple times – the possibilities are endless! Remember to wait a minute and a half (or two) for the emulsion to settle and you’re good to go!
Experience the magic in low-light situations by adding a Colorsplash Flash or Diana+ Flash!
Grab the Diana Instant Back+ and Diana F+ at our shop now and take a whole new world of analogue possibilities!
The freedom of the analogue medium comes from the unlimited control and manipulation of light. Photographer Louis Dazy brings back his signature electric lights, neon bokeh and artful multiple exposures as he mixes and matches the lenses of the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System.
Where’s the fun in analogue when you can only take one photo with a single exposure? Bring back the photobooth era with some Warholian four-frame portraiture! Lomography’s ActionSampler is about to make you an instant pop art master in no time.
Longstanding community member Toby Mason (aka fotobes) is now one of our TEN AND ONE AWARD judges. He has been shooting in analogue for many years and mixes up colour drenched xpro shots with double exposures and film swaps with the likes of HODACHROME.
As part of the Stories on Film series, we talked to Marion Herbain who set up the First of the Roll (@f1rstoftheroll) Instagram account which now has over 45 thousand followers. We talked to her about this project and she selected her favourite photos submitted to the site.
Today, film photography and analogue techniques are being treated as more of an experiment as digital photography remains as the mainstream medium. Photographer Michell Campeau romanticizes everything analogue with his own collection of found photographs.
Jeanne Gavillet aka @yoursweetjuly took advantage of a week end in Bretagne, France to test the Diana Instant Square. The result : an amusing and poetic series realised with her sister. Discover the photos, her Lomorello and her first impressions in this article.
Isabella Craun is a 13-year old photographer, who was part of the Diana Project held by our friends from Brannigan and Follen Photo Haus in Cleveland. She came by our Gallery Store to chat about her first impressions on film photography with the Diana F+.