Expose Your Lomograph as Many Times as You Want!

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One, two, even three! We just love exposing our Lomographs into many ways and many situations. We are not contented with doubles sometimes -- they have to be multiple!

And it’s amazing how various subjects compliment one analogue photo. Who would have thought that bridges, clouds,and women could go well in one Lomograph? Crazy!

So after featuring you doubles, let’s head on to more! That’s why this week we’ve chosen 50 amazing multiple-exposed analogue photos uploaded here in our Community. See lots in our gallery this week! Enjoy!

Credits: lakandula, reneg88, sebastianerras, tiano, arurin, natalieerachel, dabai, lawypop, renaishashin, mephisto19, veavea, clickiemcpete, laurasulilly, earlybird, anafaro, katinkaja, hodachrome, anarchy, grad, bravebird, fotoglove, hanshendley, traaaart, renenob, tere, sondyy & icuresick

Have we missed yours? Then come on and join the fun!

written by mayeemayee on 2012-08-19 in #lifestyle #gallery #selection #mx #community #multiple-exposures

10 Comments

  1. twinklecat
    twinklecat ·

    They're all totally awesome! Congrats to all the fabulous lomographers up in here!

  2. mayeemayee
  3. bravebird
    bravebird ·

    Wow!!! Awesome collection!!!

  4. anafaro
    anafaro ·

    Wow! Thanks for including my photo. Great selection! :)

  5. arurin
    arurin ·

    Thanks for choosing my photos!
    @mayeemayee Thanks a lot ;)

  6. mafiosa
  7. davidpowell
    davidpowell ·

    Here's one that I'm particularly proud of, even though it was a total accident- two pictures taken one year apart, on two different cameras and, luckily, the first was of Japanese food and the second was of a Chinese Restaurant! An Asian Food MX :-D

  8. davidpowell
    davidpowell ·

    Oops forgot the link! www.lomography.com/homes/davidpowell/photos/15840053

  9. dabai
    dabai ·

    @mayeemayee thanks for choosing my shots! @mafiosa thanks :)

  10. violetz
    violetz ·

    beautiful pictures!!!

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