I needed a camera on a night out and decided to be extremely shallow and go for looks. Diana mini white with a white flash would suit my style for the evening. Black and white film would give me an edge but I never expected the results to be this good!
I’m a big fan of flash photography but my life is a little “daytime” so i don’t often get a chance to shoot this style.
Recently on a rare night out i decided to try out the Diana Mini with flash and some black and white film. I love the results with slightly soft images, a little burned (note to self, step further back next time) plus the good old grain of film!
Some shots were taken daytime using the flash as a fill light.
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