Here's what I have been doing lately: combining two cameras together. "Smena 8M,":http://shop.lomography.com/shop/shop_product_view.php?cat=Lomographic_Cameras&artID=3707 a true-blooded Russian camera with its great capture lends a hand together with "Lomography's Actionsampler.":http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=asc
What do you get? Andy Warhol in Russian style! Four pieces of extraordinaire 0.66 second motion frame shot, added with a stark of the Smena 8M’s lens, shots can perhaps be your ideal Romanov style!
I first loaded my Actionsampler with a color negative film. Took some shots whatever comes my way, and after finishing the roll, I transferred the film (by not rewinding the whole film but instead leaving the film lead outside) to my Smena 8M. The best part of this is concentrating on Rule #10 (Don’t worry about any rules); I used to love a good double exposure without any marks or anything. But with this one, I ventured on Lomo attitude. I just inserted the film in my Smena 8M and didn’t bother if my shots are placed rightfully together with the first exposures.
Now here are the shots that I got using this technique.