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Wintertime in Paris

Paris_Lille_B&W_Lomography-5, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Another image of the Eiffel Tower but this time shot with a Diana Mini and Ilford HP5 Plus, Black and White Print Film.

Paris, France – January 2011


Paris Lomography

Paris_Lomography-6, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Another shot of Paris from January 2011 when I was in the middle of my Lego minifigure 365 project. I stated a couple days ago that I really enjoyed shooting the city in January. Here is the Cathedral of Notre Dame shot with my Lomography Diana Mini camera with color slide film cross processed (just at Target 1 hour photo). The gray overcast day led to an interesting sky with the cross processing…


Another Double Exposure

Paris_Lille_B&W_Lomography-3, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

I really like this shot. It may be my favorite from the Diana Mini. Shot with Ilford HP5 Plus black and white film in Paris, France. Rue Lincoln to be specific…


Tour Eiffel

Paris_Lille_B&W_Lomography-17, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Paris’ Eiffel Tower shot with the Diana Mini camera on Ilford HP5 Plus black and white film. I like the grain in this image makes it look a lot older than 2011…


Self Portriat

Paris_Lille_B&W_Lomography-7, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Okay, here is a self portriat using Ilford HP5 Plus black and white film with the Diana Mini. I guess the flash gave enough light for this exposure…

This was shot in Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.


Metro

Paris_Lomography-3, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

A Parisian Metro sign shot during dusk with the Diana Mini. This camera requires A Lot of light and hence why only the light above the sign is clearly visible. But this image still is interesting nonetheless. I like the so called “lens flare” around the lamp…


Double Exposure

Paris_Lomography-2, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

One of the fun things about the Diana Mini is that it is a completely manual plastic camera. That means you have to remember to advance the film manually after every time you take a shot. Or else you will get multiple exposures on a frame. I don’t know if the double exposure was accidental or deliberate. Ether way, I like the outcome…


Parisian Lomography

Paris_Lomography-1, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Here is a shot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris taken with my Diana Mini camera in January of this year. The color slide film was cross processed in C-41…


Diana Mini

Diana Mini, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

This week’s featured camera at fatcatimages is the Diana Mini. A much smaller 35mm version of the classic Great Wall Plastic Factory toy camera Diana. The Diana Mini is produced by Lomographische AG.