Diana+ Long Exposure Gallery


Your Diana+ loves the light and even if its dark out, you can still feed it its favorite by using bulb mod and letting in long exposures!


After the sun sets, don’t put your Diana+ camera back in your bag just yet. What you should bring out instead is either your tripod, a bean bag, a flash or actually, everything! For sharp and crisp images, you’ll need the tripod for stability and if you’re going to do really long exposures, the Diana+ Cable Release Collar. If you’re out street shooting and a tripod isn’t practical to bring along, just find a sturdy and stable surface to place your camera and shoot away. If you’re going to use a flash, make sure to fire it near the end of the exposure so that you can capture the motion leading up to the action-stopping burst of light!

Make sure to estimate the exposure time beforehand though! For you to get awesome results such as these you’ll have to be spot-on on the exposure. Embrace the night guys, and enjoy the gallery!


written by cruzron on 2010-05-27 #news #gallery #long-exposure #photos #bulb #diana #selection


  1. paramir
    paramir ·

    hey, my photo's on there!!
    wonderful selection!
    @feliciahernandez - great work!

  2. disdis
    disdis ·

    What a wonderful gallery with so many gret lomographers!

  3. eddie_2k9
    eddie_2k9 ·

    Thats great! Gives me lots of ideas to play with my new diana f+ =)

  4. kylewis
    kylewis ·

    Marvelous images, great gallery!

  5. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    superb images - WOW!

  6. dirklancer
    dirklancer ·

    I LOVE satomi's shot!

  7. ceduxi0n
    ceduxi0n ·

    thank you for including my photo. i used a diana mini, though :( i still used the b setting and the shutter release cable nonetheless :P feel free to remove

  8. dogma
    dogma ·

    Nice shots!

  9. erikamentari
    erikamentari ·

    hahah! what a pleasant surprise. hooray for bulb!

  10. erikamentari
    erikamentari ·

    mine actually kinda looks like 1/60th? still though, bulb lomographers, unite!

  11. crystalololol
    crystalololol ·

    i just recently bought a diana f+ and i tried to take long exposure photos but when i got them developed they came out really blurry and you couldn't even tell what i was shooting, i set the camera down so it was moving and i held the shutter down for a couple of minutes, could someone tell me what i'm doing wrong?

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