I took these when I was out and about at the Southampton ‘seaside’ a coupla weeks ago. I had to use the film up and get them processed though so had to wait a while to see the results.
They really sum up why I love it there – brutalist man-made tower-blocks and an abundance of nature beauty and wildlife. The two things cancel each other out so you’re left with a dystopiac, neutral wasteland.
I think the plastic-lensed Diana Edelweiss reflects the moody atmosphere there pretty well. You could easily convince yourself you’ve travelled back to a 1980s Soviet resort.
I like playing with the double-exposures too, although I need to practice balancing the exposures so they are more evenly weighted.
All photos taken with Diana F+ Edelweiss and FujiFilm Superia 100 film
Love those light-leaks – though I bet you wouldn’t want to leave the film hanging around in the camera too long or you’d lose the lot. I can remember my parents having two summer holidays on the same roll of film!