This set has been made during the autumn of 2011 (there is a little bit of snow on two of them), in Burgundy. It has been made with a Diana 6x6, when I tried Lomography. The limitations of this camera makes using it a surprising but enjoyable experience.
The Diana F is an old chinese camera, from the 60s, which did not really succeed at the time, even if it was cheap ( 1 Hong Kong dollar ), but found resurrection today.
It is still fairly cheap and it is worth a try as soon as one can develop the negatives.
Two apertures (sun / clouds, supposed to be around f8 and f11), two speeds ( 1/60, approximatively, and « B »). No need to look for a lightmeter to find the best exposure, no need to look for a visor or a screen, no need to look to speed shooting.... It is also important not to forget to bring the film forward after each photo. And, of course, no batteries and no charger : this camera is 100 mechanical, full plastic....
After the film has been developed, the negatives are scanned, and finished through Photoshop, mostly to manage the contrast.
I like the texture and the rendering of these images.