Another accidental trick and this one looks great too!
After buying my Diana+ and knowing I can place a 35mm film inside it, I decided to buy some negative films. Placing them inside requires a lot of effort: sponges, electrical black tapes and avoiding the light leaks is the most important for this one.
I forgot to place a black tape over the film counter of the Diana+ at the back. What did I get? A yellow notch, more like a strange drone that is infesting over the center of my photo. What’s best is that it looks redscale and cross-processed all over. I love the effect especially on my outdoor shots. It created a special colour that somehow mimics of how that little slide film gets all the attention.
So the next time you want some funky colours, try to forget placing a black tape or miserably, DO NOT cover the film counter at the back. It looks funky, yes!
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