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Diana mini #2

Hello again everyone!

I am really so offline these days… Sorry you guys for not even being a good blog follower. I promise I’ll make it up in the next few. But not until the Vegas trip is over this week. But first, I really feel I have to post these photos already or they’ll just pile up and never get to be posted. These were the results of my first roll from the Diana Mini when I went to test it just around town.


Multiple exposure can be achieved by not advancing the film and just shoot 2 or 3 times. And what’s even more fun is you can also shoot with it in half frames but I only shoot square with Diana Mini these days.

Camera: Diana Mini (classic)
Film: Lomography CN 400 (35mm)
Processing: Color Negative


  1. Nice to see you posting again. 🙂 Seems like a busy summer for a lot of people, myself included. I’m way behind on posting, too, but that’s life!


    • HI Lindy, thanks for the visit and the kind comments. I have so much to catch up from you… I will whenever I get the time to really sit. You know how blog visits really take time.


    • Thanks! well, it’ll take some time before you’ll get the hang of a Diana Mini. The film advance is so tight at the start but as you go along on your 3rd or so forth roll, it gets better and better. Good luck! I can’t wait to see yours. 🙂


      • Thanks, I am having a little trouble with the film advance, might stick to square photos in the future rather than half frame as I’ve been told that makes it a bit easier!


        • Oh, yeah! stick to square format when doing the first few rolls! I also had the same problem so I only ended up 10 successful photos with my first roll. 😦


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