New assignment for NMIT Visual Art Diploma - use a Diana Camera to create images emphasising the qualities of the Diana camera.
The Diana was a cheap camera made in the 1960s by the Great Wall Plastic factory in China. It uses 120 film which can support rich images, but the lenses on the camera are plastic and low quality. Hence a dreamy saturated characteristic sets the Diana apart.
I have taken my first roll of film using a borrowed camera from NMIT.
Here is one, I have put the other images on Flickr (click to see)