Expired 120mm Films with Diana F+

I have a great example to show you today. Three types of expired films!

There is something you need to know first. I don’t like 120mm films. at all. I wouldn’t buy Diana either. When I found it second hand, it was really cheap and I couldn’t resist because film should be experimental, lomography is experimental. I thought that I shouldn’t judge 120mm film without using it. Now I can judge it! I had two really old expired films coming with the camera. Then I bought redscale and black and white films, all expired. It’s cheaper 🙂 and I don’t trust Diana enough to give that much money.

Now you have the chance to compare these expired films. All taken with Diana F+. First one is older than the other two.

Lomography Color Negative

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Because it’s really old, the points and numbers on the film is visible. Photo is barely clear. These are the best shots…

 

Lomography Black and White

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not nice at all, not good at all. I don’t know why or how, but I hated these photos. And again, these are the best shots.

 

Lomography Redscale 

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This is better than other two really. It’s more clear. I think it might be because of the weather. It was really sunny that day. Also, this is the last roll I took. So, I was more experienced. I probably took better photos.

 

 

While you can take fewer pictures with 120mm films, tab is even more expensive. And Diana F+ doesn’t even give nice pictures. Thus, 120mm films are not worth it.

 

Aleyna

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