I recently took a camping trip to Dumfries in the Scottish borders to celebrate my ever edging position to the big 30. Dumfries is a market town and former royal burgh within the Dumfries and Galloway council area of Scotland. It is near the mouth of the River Nith into the Solway Firth. I grabbed my Diana F+ and explored the scenery capturing its forests and vast rural landscapes through the Splitzer.
As you may have guessed by now I have an extreme passion for using my Lomography Diana F+ camera. The one thing I would mention is that it is best to use Lomography’s cameras when good natural light is available as you are limited in regards to control and you have to respect that fact and play by the cameras simple golden rules. The Diana F+ is limited to four exposure settings and has a range of adaptable lenses including a fish eye, a telescopic, a wide angle and a 55mm. You can also purchase an instant back which transforms your camera from 35mm or 120 to an instant camera.
This camera is extremely flexible allowing you to use three different formats of film. What I enjoy most about this camera is that you can simply sit back and enjoy the moment. This seems to be the selling point for all Lomography cameras as they focus on simplicity and functionality.