2: Diana Multi Pinhole Operator & Fujifilm Instax Mini Film

This week I experimented with my Diana Multi Pinhole Operator and used the Diana Instant Back with Fujifilm Instax Mini film (ISO 800).

It was a challenge to get my exposure times down, but I still managed to get some interesting shots. With the Diana MPO, you can set it to 1 pinhole, 2 pinholes, or 3 pinholes. The increased number of pinholes = the faster the exposure time. E.g. the use of 3 pinholes means 3x as much light hits the film at the same time, which means you have to divide your anticipated exposure time by 3…

You can play with colour gels as well, which are fun. (-:

xx mvb

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