I was recently inspired by a photography exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center featuring the work of Dan Zamudio. All the photos were taken using an old Diana camera. It's a cheap toy camera made in the 60's and 70's with tons of charm. Some of the charms include the light leaks and lack of complete focusing and framing control. You can get some very interesting photos without being a graphic designer using Photoshop. SO, I bet you can guess what I did next. Correct! I bought a Diana camera. The photos I've posted were taken in Memphis mostly at the Ornamental Metal Museum right on the Mississippi River. This was my second roll of film taken with the Diana and my first color roll. Not so bad.
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