Currently living in Simmerath, Germany. You can find Diana in an area called "Eifel", which is a nature reserve.
When asked what's your cheapest camera she replied, "My cheapest camera? Let me think... I think I bought my Agfa Clack for 1 Euro on a flea market. I use different 120 roll of films with her. I just love slide films!"
I love the results, you can't manipulate the process very much because you don't have that much settings with cheap cameras. I also love the results of expired films... you'll never know what you get!
Taking pictures is something I love ever since as a child. Everytime we went for holidays it was me who's taking pictures. The first camera I own was something I bought back in the '90s, a Minolta X-300. Currently, I have a little camera collection with some really old ones. And all of them are in good working condition and I still use them.
I think there is no need for a very expensive, technical 'perfect' camera... when you are interested in taking pictures, your point of view is the main thing that counts. You can take wonderful pictures with 'old ladies'... try it out!
Photography is my passion. Every morning I'd decide which camera will ride with me throughout the day. Every possibility and opportunity to take pictures is enjoyed. After work I travel to places and take some pictures in the area. It ease my mind, and I could just take time to slow down.