The last of the Summer Film

I finally got the last of my Diana rolls from the Summer developed. It doesn’t seem that long ago, but then again I pretty much think every day “Wow it was only last week I was wearing a t-shirt outside and now I’m in my winter jacket.” In Minnesota it happens more often than you think.

The whole ethos of Lomography is “Don’t think just shoot.” In fact when you’re advancing your film to the first exposure, it says it in the little window on the camera. I still like to frame my pictures, but I’ve been so in to the idea of getting weird or interesting or unpredictable photos, that I end up blowing it by doing single, double, triple exposure. Some of these are “meh” and then SOME of them are like “haha damn.” I prefer the latter.

EDIT I realized I have 4 other rolls of film just sitting there, being unshared, so I may as well make this “summer catch up week”

z169858-R01-004 z169858-R01-005 z169858-R01-006 z169858-R01-011 z383400-R01-001 z383400-R01-004 z383400-R01-005 z383400-R01-007 z383400-R01-008 z383400-R01-009

Somewhere between the baseball game and the state fair something happened with the film and I got these MASSIVE LEAKS. That actually would’ve been a great picture at Lake Michigan but this is pretty cool too.

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