Diana Pinhole #2

Camera: Diana F+ (Pinhole mode)
Film: Kodak Ektar 100iso

Location: Singapore Zoo, April 2011 – World Pinhole Day 24 April 2011

This is my first attempt at Pinhole photography, and also, I didn’t have a tripod so all of these shots are handheld. All comments are welcomed!

Diana Pinhole

Camera: Diana F+ (Pinhole mode)
Film: Kodak Ektar 100iso

Location: Singapore Zoo, April 2011 – World Pinhole Day 24 April 2011

This is my first attempt at Pinhole photography, and also, I didn’t have a tripod so all of these shots are handheld. All comments are welcomed!

Film Review : Kodak Elitechrome EB100 (Expired)

Realized your roll of Kodak Elitechrome EB is expired?? No worries! It still delivers good shots!

The Kodak Elitechrome EB was the first slide film I chanced upon as a new analogue photographer (or Lomographer).

I’ve heard much about the cool colors and saturation of slide film and cross-processing over the ‘normal’ color negatives. But being new to film and Lomography, I was a little hesitant to try.

As fate have it, I found 2 expired rolls of the Kodak Elite Chrome EB on eBay, and I finally mustered enough courage to give it a run in my beloved Diana F+ (with 35mm back). I wasn’t too sure how the photos will turn out, since I’m new at this whole analogue photography thing, and I’ve never tried Slide film, let alone expired ones, before.

I was pleasantly surprised by how my shots turned out.

And, one of the shots even looked like it came out through the time machine!

Interested to see how it does in low-light conditions, bulb-mode and perhaps multi-exposures??

Maybe now it’s time for you to give this a shot? Tell me how it went!

Original article published on Lomography, click here to read.

Review: Wanna Slice your Photos up?!

Rule #8 : You don’t have to know beforehand what you captured on film. Yes, that’s right. With the Diana+ Splitzer, you can have more fun doing what you love!

This “little piece of plastic” is a piece of gem. The Diana+ Splitzer fits nicely in front of your Diana F+ ‘s lens and you can adjust the area which you want to “expose”. If you have a Diana and you’re thinking “what else can I do with my favourite camera?” The answer is here! Get a Splitzer and try it!

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