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Like a Fish in the Sea

Here is a simple but great tip in using LC-A+ Krab that you will surely love if you're into water. People, beaches and pools in the same photograph! This is a perfect combination of subjects for multiple exposures.

One of the main limitations that the Lomography LC-A+ Krab has is that it doesn’t allow you to take multiple exposures. After taking a picture, the camera gives you the option to just proceed to the next one or wait until you are out of the water (so you can reach the MX switch). And, I find this very inconvenient. So, I decided to transform this inconvenience into a tipster.

The first thing that you have to do is to consume all of your film shots at the beach or at the pool. You can have anyone be a star of your pictures.

Once you have finished the entire roll, you put it again in the same LC-A+ camera but this time without the Krab water case. Shoot the second exposures with your usual afternoon and night shots.

The result was the light of Mercadal (village of inland Menorca) mixed with the waves of the sea and the turquoise-blue hues of the pool.

Here are the results:

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by cohetesnaranjas and translated by bigbadwolf


  1. natalieerachel


    I like numbers 4, 7, and 10!

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  2. blinghaha


    Great photos!

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  3. bellsinthesky


    4 and 10 are really nice! :)
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