Ride your bike at night and have the LC-A with you
When you want to take a photo with your LC-A during the day, of course you can, because Lomography is no interruption of but rather part of your daily routine. So why not during the night?
The other day I unpacked my LC-A on the way back home while I was riding my bike. The otherwise normal route looks so very different. Everything is blurred, the advertisement, the lights, the colors. A simple way to shoot interesting pictures. The good thing about the LC-A is that it has the automatic exposure function.
Here I have used the LC-A + and the MX switch for multiple exposures. Then I shot the camera while driving.
Just try it and upload examples here, but I assume no warranty in case something happens to the bike or the camera!
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