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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

3 comments

  1. wallflowersforjane

    wallflowersforjane

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

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  2. kylethefrench

    kylethefrench

    bravo

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  3. reneg88

    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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