Ahoy there, thrifty shooters! We’re looking for the best half frame photos out there and yours just might be it!
We want to see your photos so please make them accessible! Right now we’re looking for half-frame shots like the ones shot with the Diana Mini. We want to see how far you stretch your shots. Do you go all the way to the 72 shot mark or make some of the images square? Well, we’ll see them in a bit. Just tag your 35mm masterpieces and we will look for “half frame” images that we can find in our Photos section!
How to participate:
Tag 35mm Pictures “half frame” and/or “square”
After the deadline we´ll look up images tagged “half frame” and/or “square” in our Photo Section
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