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Redundant exposure

LC-A+ has a MX button that enables me to shoot a lot of exciting multiple exposure photos, saving me a lot of film in the process.

When taking a shot, I might accidentally press the shutter release, took something I didn’t want to, didn’t focus properly before taking a shot, or not satisfied with the composition…I might feel a tinge of regret that I wasted a frame. With the MX function, I can “retake” the frame and save the day!

When taking the second exposure, I can prepare adequately and think of what to shoot, seize the opportunity and obtain unexpected results. LC-A+ has a MX button that enables me to shoot a lot of exciting multiple exposure photos, saving me a lot of film in the process.


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written by hwangcharngan and translated by coolsigg

2 comments

  1. mythguy9

    mythguy9

    I wouldn't agree that MX is a way to save film, because you lose detail when you expose more than one time. If you really want to save film but MX at the same time, I recommend you to try out some masks or the splitzer, or even try Diana's half-frame mode. To avoid overexpose (i.e. loss of detail) you can also try to expose both sides of the films (i.e. normal + redscale), because the redscale side wouldn't overexpose too much. However, redscale and MX lower the fidelity of your photo, which is bad if you want to record as many detail from your trip / journey.

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  2. hwangcharngan

    hwangcharngan

    TO:mythguy9
    以上刊登照片,每一張都是僅「重曝一次」,所以不會「過度曝光」。重曝掩蓋住第一次沒有拍好的部分,使得作品顯得更美好。

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