The first time I have wriggled around in my chair with joy at what’s come out of my scanner. Photos from this summer taken with my Diana, more in this Lomography album.
Esther Williams and Ben Gage on their wedding day in 1945.
Can’t get over some of the awesome photos on Old Loves
If you can’t get it fixed in time… Buy another?
I picked up a new Diana F+ clone today, Glow. It looks yellow on the lomography site, but it’s actually lime green and white. The flash unit looks a whole lot better on my Edelweiss camera too – because it’s white.
The top of the camera has glow in the dark stars printed on it! Stars! Reminiscent of my tweenage days, when my ceiling was plastered with greenish glow in the dark stars.I’m delighted.
You can see the camera in this photo. it’s over to the left. Picture is me experimenting with the viewfinder that goes with the Diana fisheye lens and my cellphone. Fauxfisheye?
Fiji tomorrow, I’m just taking my cellphone and my new friend glowie. And a stash of film 🙂
“We photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing, and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth can make them come back again. We cannot develop and print a memory.”
– 20th Century photography legend, Henri Cartier-Bresson