Overlapping Panoramic Pictures with the Diana F+ 35mm Back


Inserting a panoramic mask into your Diana F+ 35mm Back, but not sliding the format switch to P can bring great results.

The Diana F+ 35mm Back Manual clearly says that, when you want to use the panoramic mask with the 35mm back, you shouldn’t forget about sliding the film format switch from N to P. Well, guess what I forgot about :)

I really like the results, it almost looks like an hommage to the Sprocket Rocket :)- and if you want to, you can still cut the negatives apart in order to have a normal-sized picture.

written by erdnusskeks on 2011-04-08 #gear #tutorials #art #35mm-back #sprockets #tipster #overlapping #diana-f #quickie-tipster

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  1. shellyotoole
    shellyotoole ·

    Pretty :)

  2. mariaratfingers
    mariaratfingers ·

    i love picture number 4!

  3. _wasabi_
    _wasabi_ ·

    Love it :)

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