2013 Castle on microfilm (DIANA BABY)

Yyyyyyyeeeeeeah, finally the lab returned to me my films and photos I made recently in various places of PL, using the excellent Lomography DIANA BABY camera! :) And this is the first album of them. This time I used the "Tiger" film and the 'smaller' lens (You can change the lens in Diana Baby, You know). The collection has been made in Dobczyce city. You can see here the castle, the lake nearby, and also the local heritage park.
I would like to emphasize :) that once again Diana Baby appeared to be - not only a good-looking machine :) - but also a fantastic camera that You can make cool photos with!! :)


  1. ikondave
    ikondave ·

    Delightful album!

  2. lilithmoon
    lilithmoon ·

    Great album!
    You're right, the problem of my last diana baby album don't is the camera, It's the stronger sun of Barcelona, it's more, more stronger than in Poland. :P
    I try shoot again in autumn, I think I will get better results with the peacock film. :)
    This album is in winter with a orca film, I love the results! www.lomography.com/homes/lilithmoon/albums/1919518-sant-gen…

  3. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    @lilithmoon Thanks a lot. :) Well, it might be the case (with the autumn) although don't get deceived :) - in summer Poland is actually a very hot country since 1997 or so, usually we have about 35 degrees and this year it was even 40 (especially in the southern part of the country) so the sun was _killing_. ;) Still, You could be right as I also noticed that pictures from the same cameras (like Lomo LC-A and so on) look veeeeery differently being made in various parts of the world, indeed.
    Ah, and thanks for the link, by the way, I will check it out today!! :) :)

  4. lilithmoon
    lilithmoon ·

    Hahaha I didn't mean it was not a hot country in summer. I was referring to solar radiation... professional bias.... xD
    I think the problem is my obsession with the doubles and for this other reason the photos are overexposed... I try with simple exposure.... :P

  5. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Heh, that's what I meant more/less. ;) The heat comes from damn strong sun. ;) However, like I wrote later, You're probably right with the radiation, that can be seen on people's photos. :) :)

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