Diana Mini III (Lomography 400 diy redscale)

Developed in Tetenal C41 kit

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20 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    PSYCHEDELICOOLAND

  2. davidb
    davidb ·

    I love it all!

  3. pedrogalvez
    pedrogalvez ·

    Congrats! I never meet somebody that develop his own films. I'll try to do it some day! Thank for the likes

  4. jutei
    jutei ·

    You should try developing. It's not that hard and in the long run it's the cheapest way to get your films done!

  5. ohlordy
    ohlordy ·

    this is a great album!

  6. jutei
    jutei ·

    Thanks ohlordy!

  7. alexyz
    alexyz ·

    great picture!

  8. jojo8785
    jojo8785 ·

    Great album!

  9. jutei
    jutei ·

    Thank you!

  10. lunasimoncini
    lunasimoncini ·

    wow!

  11. jutei
    jutei ·

    Thanks :)

  12. purepaty
    purepaty ·

    great photos in this album, love them all !! Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

  13. jutei
    jutei ·

    Thanks :)

  14. maeusedisko
    maeusedisko ·

    Great shot! How did you split the picture?

  15. jutei
    jutei ·

    Thanks @maeusedisko

    I used DIY splitser made frin film canister lid. First I shot the scene covering the lower part of lens with splitser. Then I covered the upper part of lens and shot the same scene with camera upside down. That's how you do it :)

  16. maeusedisko
    maeusedisko ·

    Did you also use black tape or something similar? I tried to do it like you said a couple of weeks ago but none of these film canister caps really seem to fit...

  17. jutei
    jutei ·

    @maeusedisko:
    No, I did't use tape or anything, the cap stayed on by itself. Here's a link to tipster that I followed:

    www.lomography.it/magazine/tipster/2012/09/21/create-yourse…

    Not all canister caps work, but the grey one stays on by itself..at least on my Mini. I hope you'll get it to work!

  18. maeusedisko
    maeusedisko ·

    Okay, I definitely have to try that again. Thank you! :)

  19. moodification
    moodification ·

    So you develop film yourself too, huh? Isn't that just the greatest thing? It makes me even prouder of my shots ;-)) Nice redscale film!

  20. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Wow, nice one.