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LC-A Big Book Chapter 89: Standard Cable Release

Blurred, shaken and definitely stirred Lomographs are usually enough to satisfy your hunger, but sometimes even the most hardboiled Lomographers have the urgent need for a crisp and clear long-exposed shot. If this sounds like you, then there are two possible options.

Blurred, shaken and definitely stirred Lomographs are usually enough to satisfy your hunger, but sometimes even the most hardboiled Lomographers have the urgent need for a crisp and clear long-exposed shot. If this sounds like you, then there are two possible options. Either place your LOMO LC-A+ on a steady object and press the shutter by hand, hoping the you’re cool enough to hold still or attach the cable released onto your LOMO LC-A+ which allows you to simply release the shutter without touching or shaking the camera. As it’s sometimes hard to place the camera on something sturdy around you, the failsafe method is to attach the LOMO LC-A+ via the tripod-socket onto a tripod to be absolutely sure to gain a lovely long exposure.

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