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Diana Camera Photography in the Triangle

About this collection

Diana clone cameras are replicas of the original Diana toy camera, which was first manufactured in the 1960s by the Great Wall Plastic Factory. Like all toy cameras, Diana cameras are valued for the unpredictable effects that they have on film photographs. These effects are often due to light leaks, irregular film advancement, and the imprecise plastic lens.

 
This is a small collection of Triangle-area photographs, taken by Claire Secrist with a Diana clone camera (as sold by the Lomography corporation) and various brands of 120 medium format film. This collection also includes a document listing Triangle-based locations at which 120 film can be purchased and developed.

 
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