Pictures with a Diana camera →
A couple of months ago I picked up a Diana-type camera at a junk shop. Actually, it's branded "See", but they're the same thing. I've finally gotten around to trying it out.
I used ASA 100 film and the pictures came out mostly underexposed. This camera has all the light leaks, vignetting, and the "pleasing" selective focus these cameras are known for. I like how some of them turned out. They have an old-fashioned look. I'd probably have a hard time replicating these effects with a digital camera and photoshop.
I also double and triple exposed a number of shots, as I've not used a camera for a long time that doesn't make double exposures difficult.
It took 2 weeks for the film to come back. They probably haven't seen a roll of 120 b/w film in a long time.