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How to Create 3D Images

Experimenting is what makes us lomographers so unique. No matter you are a lomographer who loves to experiment or a lomographer who takes sharp and boring photographs, you will love to try this out. You will surely get great photos out of this tipster!

You will need:

  • A camera with MX function
  • Colour flash(blue and red)
  • A model

First, take a photo of your model with your colour flash in either red or blue. After that, alter the colour of your flash to the opposing colour. Then, take another shot on the same frame. In order to get the best result, your model will have to stay still without moving. The first 2 photos on the gallery below came out great! Photos 3 to 5 are some test shots that didn’t really work out but still look nice.

Simple, right? Now go and try it out!

written by tomkiddo


  1. andredimu


    A pair of eyeglasses with two filters of the same colors of the flash is also needed

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  2. cpolpa


    Nice Tipster, did you use flash on the 3 photo??

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  3. tomkiddo


    @cpolpa yes i did :)

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  4. begutierrez


    I just tried this! Wish me luck :)

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  5. tomkiddo


    @begutierrez good luck :)

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