LCA+ - Splitzer Macros

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Combine the various LC-A accessories, recently I tried the Splitzer attached with the Macro lens, and the reuslts are quite nice!

You need several things for this experiment, a LC-A+ camera, a Splitzer and the Macro Lens.

Now what you do is to add the Splitzer on top of the lens (it fits perfectly) shot some subjects, multi expose and move that Splitzer around. Be sure to get close to your subject!

written by mephisto19 on 2009-04-23 in #gear #tipster #tip #macro #tipster #splitzer #mephisto19 #macro-lens #lc-a

14 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    So beautiful !

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    So beautiful !

  3. trash-gordon-from-outer-space
    trash-gordon-from-outer-space ·

    Number 15 is classic. Good idea!

  4. goldie
    goldie ·

    Hey, you are the splitzermacro maestro...

  5. eyecon
    eyecon ·

    There should be a Guiness World Record Entry for attaching the most little Lomo helpers to your camera. Or maybe there could be a competition like: the most crazy camera lens setups.

  6. ndroo
    ndroo ·

    Cool! Crazy! Macro lens? Is that the closeup lens for the Instax? Good work.

  7. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    cool results here I see

  8. somapic
    somapic ·

    Yea - schaut aus wie die Postkarte die heute gekommen ist ;)

  9. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    thanks for your comments! ;) i didn't plan that! just happend

  10. grenoouille
    grenoouille ·

    This is crazy! The macro lens is so hard to use, but coupled with the splitzer it is pure madness! The results are pretty impressive! Any tips about the distance between the lens/splitzer and the object? Light conditions?

  11. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    the splitzer fits on the lens, so attech it directly to the macrolens of tunnelvision lens. distance is as usual: hard to find. i shot a 12 frame film for testshooting and gave it to a drugstore lab to have the results faster.... so i myself still have to try and figure out the settings...

  12. renovati
    renovati ·

    what's the optimal distance between your subject and the macro lens?

  13. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    microsite says: "When shooting macro images, do the following:

    LC-A: Shoot on a bright day with 400ASA film. Set the distance at 0.8m, set the aperture to f/16 for a reflective surface and f/11 for a dull one. Get within on inch (2.5cm) of your subject."

  14. sugiyamasatomi
    sugiyamasatomi ·

    wow, that's a very abstruct art! Very impressive!

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