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  • I had such high hopes! (Split-cam fail)

    I had such high hopes! (Split-cam fail)
    After seeing some of the amazing shots people were able to mash together using this lovely camera, I decided to buy myself one. I am on number 3 now and continue to get the same rubbish and faded results.
  • Split-Cam, a One-film Encounter

    Split-Cam, a One-film Encounter
    If you want to get someone into the Lomography world, this is a good way to start - the camera is cheap, the image fusion results are very funny and the person will get to know the sometimes hard ways of analogue photography.
  • San Francisco bridge in Lisbon?!

    San Francisco bridge in Lisbon?!
    This is not the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge; this is actually the 25 de Abril bridge, the first to cross the River Tejo in Lisbon.
  • Split-Cam

    When they call this image fusion, they aren't joking! The first thing I noticed upon developing a roll of film through the Split-Cam was that some of the "tricks" or images we were trying to create didn't quite line up how we thought they would. The second thing I noticed was that it didn't seem to matter; this camera is capable of funny, unique, and sometimes intense photo combinations even if things don't come out quite like you thought they would (don't forget about the 8th and 9th rules of Lomography!)

    First I did not know what to do with this yellow-black plastic cam, which I’ve got as a promotional gift when I subcribed to a photo-magazine.