Posts Tagged ‘diana f+’
I finally got around to using the last of the color film I bought at the Lomography store in LA last summer and these are some of photos. I had time to kill after work on Monday before a meeting so I walked over to the River East building, then to where the river meets the lake at Mc Clurg Ct. I definitely want to shoot more with the Diana before the end of summer and when I do they’ll be up here on the site.
This weekend’s fun was well documented by my mobile phone and Diana camera. Here’s what happened:
The Handsome Devilz played at Navy Pier. They played 2 sets but because of work, we were only able to see the 2nd set. A great show as always and in a great setting. I need to get over to Navy Pier again this summer.
I shot a bunch of other photos at Navy Pier also. Check the flickr page to see the rest of them.
We then walked over to the loop and saw the Tony Tasset “Eye” and laughed at these guys who were smoking pot and heckling the Lollapalooza crowd as they walked by. I walked back to the Chicago brown line stop and finished my roll of film at the Cadillac Palace Theater.
On Saturday we saw The Cribs at The Cubby Bear. Warpaint opened and killed it. A special treat was to see Johnny Marr so close and so great with The Cribs. I’m definitely going to listen to more of these bands.
On my LA visit I stopped by the Lomography store and bought some film and looked around. So many fun cameras to check out, photos to look at, and all kinds of cool lenses and accessories. Chicago definitely needs a Lomo store. Here’s a photo from the Diana F+ camera taken in West Hollywood, LAX, Silver Lake, and Universal City Walk. Check out the rest on my flickr.
I posted photos from my latest roll of film out of the Diana F+ camera over on the flickr. Check them out by clicking on the picture. Enjoy!
Started a Flickr page for myself last week. Been having fun taking photos with the Diana F+ camera and my cell phone so I thought I’d put them up and see what happens. I’m digging the medium format Diana photos but I’ve become spoiled by the digital world and miss the instant gratification of digital cameras. Then again, I love the film, the chemicals, and not knowing what the photo will look like.