Archive of ‘Diana Mini’ category

Rookie Road Trip



Tavi Gevinson is one cool girl. Not content with being a blogger and founder of Rookie Magazine, This Summer she took to the open road with her pals, and completed a 16 city tour of America in search of readers and kindred spirits. Ingenuously dubbed ‘The Rookie Road Trip’ and sponsored by Urban Outfitters, Tavi and co. started in the Big Apple on June 25th and ended in LA on July 21st stopping off at various locations along the way to meet and greet fans.

Using #rookieroadtrip, social media played a vital role in updating followers of their going on’s. Everyone’s favourite camera, Instagram, gave a vintage feel to Tavi’s photos and allowed this excellent marketing venture to reach out to the uber cool crew.

Whether you’re off to Scarborough or Southend, you too can create your own photo diary with a retro quality. Urban Outfitters and Lomography.com sell a selection of super stylish and quirky cameras including Fish-Eye, Diana F+, Polaroid, Pinhole, La Sardina and Disposable – there’s one for everyone!

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Some of the best apps for smartphones can make you feel like the next top photographer for less than £2. Word of warning: Prepare to be addicted!

So what you waiting for?! Get snapping! 

By Rebekah Holroyd

The Diana Mini Gets a Make-Over…


Photography seems to be having a serious moment right now, and these days we seem to be getting a little sick of crystal clear and stagnant digital images. We want character, we want movement and we want it all with a cheeky retro vibe! One of the best ways to get this from your images is with the cult classic ‘Diana’ camera, something queen of style Alex Chung has already cottoned on to.


A quick history lesson….


Back in the 1960’s a small firm in Hong Kong called ‘The Great Wall Plastics Factory’ created a cheap plastic camera called the Diana. They sold it for around $1 but even this cheap price couldn’t tempt the general public. The camera was discontinued in the 70’s and us being the fickle natured beings we are, suddenly decided that posthumously, we loved this camera. It quickly became a cult classic, loved for its quirky and raw images.


Giving the classic style a little make-over the Lomography team have released this pure white version. Minimal, classic, irresistible. Here at Cellardoor, we’ve fallen a little bit in love * swoon *


By kat Nicholls