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Night Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide

Lomography’s LC-Wide has its minimum shutter speed at ‘unlimited’, and that gave us the idea to try out some long exposure and night photos.

We went on a night photography trip with ndroo of fuzzyeyeballs.com. His images captured are captured here:

To trick the light meter, we had a piece of blu-tack stuck on the light meter. The exposure timing was gauged and estimated according to a friend’s, Martin Liew, blog post. We went for exposures of 15 secs to 30 secs with a t-max 400 film. A tripod and cable release definitely helps for these long exposure shots. Check out our shots below:

written by ymmij


  1. ndroo


    "His images captured are captured here:"

    Hmm ... that sounds like I was the one who took these photos. LOL. Nope ... these were taken by ymmij.

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  2. dearjme


    Haha at @ndroo's comment. Great photos!

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  3. ymmij


    oh. it was supposed to be a link. lol!. ah well.

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  4. mafiosa


    great photos

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  5. itsdebraanne


    10 days!! till my LC-W is in my grasp! <3

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