She was one of the reasons I bought my first Lomo camera. Now I can have a Diana close even when I’m not around my amazing inspiring non plastic SuperDiana!!
With the most infectious laugh I’ve ever heard she helps getting through lots of bad days and makes the good ones even more fun. While I try to paint with light and emulsion she paints with a brush. And I know she’s a little annoyed by me always taking pictures of her but she doesn’t complain. The most fun ones I take in the morning when she’s waking up (but I promised not to post them). When you can complete each others sentences almost all the time and don’t even have to use words to communicate anymore then you know you found a true soulmate… and she makes the best lasagna ever.
The Diana that lights up my life (even without an F+). I love my Diana! :)
Singapore-based S. Ramanathan is a steel trader by profession but his passion lies with old school photography. A few months ago, he opened an independent museum dedicated to his love for vintage cameras alongside his cousin, the artist A.P. Shreethar.
For vintage portraitists, no one can ever go wrong with Edward Curtis, the American photographer, and ethnologist whose coverage of the American West and Native American peoples continue to be one of the most significant works and oeuvre of an artist in American history.
As part of the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Diana F+ we interviewed Denise Grays, a US based film photography fanatic who recently set up #dianaday on twitter. She shared some of her favourite shots and talked about her passion for this dreamy, soft focus camera.
Hans Eijkelboom was an artist of the 70's whose lifetime was concerned over identity. Through his works of art and photography, we joined him of his never-ending searches of faces, people, relationships, similarities of casual passers-by.
If the daydreamy Diana F+ isn't surreal enough for you, you might want to try out pinhole photography with its pinhole counterpart, the Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator. Tack it on a corner as this fashionable camera turns into a serious spectator.
You might get sick of New York being in the media reels all the time, but this city has rightfully earned its reputation, and it's inarguable. A favorite among photographers, street shooter Daniel Arnold is one of them.
In this summertime showcase, photographer Jesse Burke shares his latest adventures with his daughters, the inspiration behind his ongoing work "Wild and Precious". Working with instant cameras and the Neptune lens, sharing why these worked in his quest and fascination with nature.