Doubles, collaborations, MX shots. These are among of the famous features about Lomography. Lomography cameras such as LC-A+, LC-Wide, Fisheye, La Sardina, Fisheye 2, and many more are one of the few cameras which has the ability to shoot multiple exposures. Sometimes MX shots are nice and sometimes it is not. So in this article, I would like to show everyone a simple way to shoot well-exposed MX shots!
Did you ever stop in the middle of a spin to think if you've pulled the string enough to make a complete 360º? Did you pull the string more, or perhaps let go a few centimeters? Worry no more and be guided!
I'm sure you know how to force a long exposure using your favorite LC-A+ camera. By simply by covering the light meter with an electric tape or your finger will fake your LC-A+'s light metering system. Simple right? But in this quickie tipster, I'll teach you the simplest way to do it!
Low on inspiration? Lomography's right next door!
I present to everyone the fourth issue of my particular search for twin photos of mine in the huge world Lomography.