About a year ago, doing nothing on internet, I ended at Lomography site. I immediately fell in love with those cameras and the pictures, and after searching a lot about it, I decided to buy the Diana F+ to risk myself in this life as an analog “photographer”.
I’ve learned everything I could with the internet. About photography, lens, films, ISO, revelation, and anything else I could find. Then I felt ready to start!
When my little darling arrived I started clicking around and taking a lot of pictures during the next month.
And that’s when I discovered that I really wasn’t a photographer. rs
I didn’t had much success with the pictures. Most of them turned too dark or out of focus. But I was kind of expecting that. They say the first film are often unusable.
But I didn't let myself give up. I've tried another films with different ISOs and I even tried double exposure and cross process. Some of the pictures turned out cool and funny, but I’m still losing a lot of frames.
I’ve selected some of the best less worst pictures to show you guys.
After this, I ended leaving my Diana F+ in the closet for a while.
This week I started missing it. So I’ll try to carry it with me some days, and click around during this next month.
I’ll show you the results soon! :)