I've been into Lomography for nearly 2 years now and as a designer I love eye catching images. I really love trying new things with photography. I'm a big fan of multiple exposures and now doing panoramas when possible!
Step 1: Find a suitable subject, a bridge, iconic landmark, fields or just something you love. (preferably not moving)
Step 2: Always start on the left! take a photo, try to stay still and wind on your film.
Step 3: Staying in the same spot, move your camera round to the right a little, making sure you still have part of what you took before in your viewfinder, so you can overlap your picture. take another shot and wind on.
Step 4: Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have taken your whole desired image.
Step 5: Once you have got your film developed. scan in your images. (or use supplied images from lab scans)
Step 6: Open a new document in Photoshop or similar to your desired size, and place all your panorama images in the new document.
Step 7: Overlap your images so they all line up over each other. tip: take the opacity down on your overlapping images so you can line them up properly.
Step 8: Once you have your desired image, crop (I like to have a black border as I feel it gives the image a punch) and admire.
I have also included some other results using this tipster where I have used the LOMO LC-A+ with Fuji Velvia 100 and the Diana F+ with KODAK 160 VC
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