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Doubles with a Museum

Have you ever been to a Art Museum were you just feel like you've already seen every painting and every work of art they're offering? Well it's time to spice things up a bit.

I went on a trip to NYC and visited quite a few museums, and after a while I felt like every painting looked just like the other, so I decided to spice things up a bit. Quite simple really.

Most lomographic cameras have the gift of producing wonderful multiple exposures, so why not renovate art? Take a photo of your favorite work of art and hit that multiple exposure button at the bottom of your Lomo LC-A+ and mix it with real life, or another work of art. Easy as that! You’ll be amazed with the modern works of art you’ll produce!

written by reneg88


  1. wallflowersforjane


    great idea! did you snap on bulb mode since no flash is allowed at museums?

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  2. kylethefrench



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  3. reneg88


    @wallflowersforjane thanks! the lc-a+ has a light meter which controls the shutter speed automatically depending on the amount of light it needs to get the right lighting so there's no bulb mode :) but in the case of a camera only with N and B setting, then yes, Bulb mode would be needed :)

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