This tipster shows how you can make a simple DIY Split Color Filter for your Lomography Camera (I used LC-A) using the coloured gel from Diana flash.
Only normal film left in your stash but you still want to shoot and have a better images? Well, by using a filter/gel it will give your photos a twist and better looking color for the images, but two colors are much better and creates more unique colors!
What you will need:
Double adhesive tape
Diana Flash Gels
1. Take 2 colored Diana Flash filter/gels of your choice.
2. Use the double adhesive tape to attach the two filters.
3. After attaching the 2 filter/gels put them directly to rectangular opening of your camera through which you can see the back of the lens.
4. Load your film and shoot!
Here are some of the results:
Next time, I will not forgot to stick them to the camera so the filter gels won’t move!
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