Can’t wait to get your hands on your very own Lomo’Instant? Learn these cool and quick tricks so you can master your instant camera before it comes knocking at your door!
This tip will put another badge to your ever growing collection of *Lomo'Instant* techniques – meet your doppelganger by doing multiple exposures of yourself!
The multiple exposure technique is tried and tested to produce out-of-this-world images in one frame. You can actually do this with other MX-capable cameras from Lomography like the *LC-A+*, *Diana F+*, *Sprocket Rocket* and more but the *Lomo’Instant* is specially geared for this cool trick!
All you need to do is use a tripod to set up your shot. Turn off the lights and ask a friend to shoot a flash photograph of you. Move a little or pose in whatever way and let your friend flick the MX switch and fire another flash shot. Add color gels into the mix for a more eye-popping result.
Plan your photo ahead and create an army of doppelgangers in one frame. The *Lomo’Instant* will be your ultimate MX-ready instant camera for the job!
Stay tuned for more Lomo’Instant tips to get the best out of the world’s most creative instant photography system.
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