Multi-exposures, nine-framed repeating images, panoramic sequential shots, Splitzerised visions, half-framed snapshots... and yes, you've done it all.
Multi-exposures, nine-framed repeating images, panoramic sequential shots, Splitzerised visions, half-framed snapshots… and yes, you’ve done it all.
Since we’re on the subject, allow me to add another lens-defying act on your long list Lomographic repertoire:
HOLGA FILTER SET ON YOUR FISHEYE Vicuna
“__If you have the Holga filter set, use the split image and softcolor filters on your Fisheye. Actually, the “Holder” of those filters fits the fisheye (a little bit larger but it’s fine), snap it on the lens and you can have some great effects!__"
It turns out that Lomographic cameras are somewhat halfhearted species of its kind. Not that they can’t do anything but they easily surrender on whatever it is that you cross-pollinate with them thus being able to conceive a very imaginative offspring that is purely analogue. And this could be one of the reasons that should explain this undying relationship between us and Lomo.
If you have any botanical love affairs with your cameras to share (either scientific or not) just head on over our LomoTipsBlog and let us know about it.