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See Life in a Different Way with Diana+ Splitzer

The Diana+ Splitzer is a really good way to see life in different forms. You can confront many ideas in one image or simply do a collage with parts of your life. You really have infinite possibilities.

You can use your 70 mm or your 55mm lens depending on what do you want. But I prefer a 55mm one, which is always a better option.

One interesting way to use your Diana+ Splitzer is when shooting portraits; of course, you can combine it with your color gels flash and use each split with one different color.

Another excellent way to use this amazing accessory is by playing with the mirror image—you only have to shoot the same thing but in a different partition of the resulting photo.

Everything could look different every time when you shoot, you can get inspired by looking at something, take a picture of a portion of it, and then transform it into something else. The most important thing is that this accessory gives you the opportunity to try a new world of possibilities with your Diana camera!

Could you imagine a horse with elephant feet? Why not? You can make any decision as you like, and everything is possible! I really recommend you to give it a try.

If you don’t have a splitzer and if you are thinking about whether it is a good idea to get a Diana+ Splitzer, please don’t think anymore as it’s really an amazing experience playing with this superb accessory!

Slice and dice your dreamy Diana images with the Diana+ Splitzer! Two small plastic blades can be turned to cut your image into halves, quarters, eighths, and sixteenths. Image parts bleed seamlessly into on another. The Diana+ Splitzer easily slips on and off the Diana+ lens and works with all Lomography Diana+ and Diana F+ cameras.

written by jonathansajoux

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