Monday, September 21, 2009

Tidbits

I have a confession...I'm slightly obsessed with my Diana Mini camera. But, you probably already knew that. I had unused film after the beach trip, so I filled it with a heart shaped leaf, feet photos of co-workers, hay collectors and a great double exposure photo of the beach and a local farm. The last image was unintentional, yet it's one of my favorites. The overlapping water to grass makes it feel like you are in two beautiful places at once.

Hopefully you enjoy the Diana Mini photos because there are more beach photos coming soon! I promise to mix in interiors and artists along the way. Here's to a happy week ahead...

19 comments:

Laura said...

I really like the overlapping of the two images... I have the medium-format Diana, and the mini seems interesting, too. There's just something about square photos - they become more of artifacts on their own.

please sir said...

I agree - they are different in a good way.

Krissy said...

these are fantastic! i too love the overlapping photos.

Laura B said...

I love the double exposed image! I did a project like this at art school, over laying architectural shots from the Glasgow skyline and flowers from the Botanic Gardens. Such fun! Off to check out what a Diana is.

Laura B said...

Ok, now I know what Santa is going to be bring me!!!!

Fiesta Lady said...

Actually, I do love the last picture.

Amanda Nicole said...

The double exposed pic is fantastic!

Kotori said...

Oh I do love these!

plaisirs simples said...

Don't worry....I'm obsessed too. I got a Diana recently and got my film back from my first roll...didn't turn out EXACTLY as I had hoped but i guess that's the fun of them. But these are exactly the look I'm going for! They are great! Did you use expired film?

Joyce said...

Great shots. I like the last one perfect for this time of year slightly layer. xoxo

Brittany Noel said...

These are great! The last one is the very best! I love accidental shots like that. They just don't happen with digital. Which is sad...

mary said...

Absolutely lovely! I've got a Diana but still need to finish the film inside of it; your shots have me hankering to get moving so I can see how they turn out. Great work!

littlebyrd said...

Oh - cool! What a great surprise on the last one!!!

cindy said...

bring them on! i love these, especially the first one.

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

I could look at your Diana Mini pics all the time. :-)

Wendy said...

Those photos look so magical.

Courtney said...

You've officially inspired me to wipe the dust of my own Diana and get her working! Loving these photos and I have to say, every time I see your header I smile. I just love it!

please sir said...

I used Lomography 400 Color Negative 35mm - thanks! filmhttp://microsites.lomography.com/filmshop/lomography/color_negative_400

Sarah said...

I love the "happy accident" nature of Diana's. Do you develop yourself?

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