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Fireworks All Day, Every Day

4th of July is coming up, and it's going to be an explosive day of color and sparkles! We all love fireworks shows, but here's something new and exciting to try: Create your very own fireworks show in bright daylight. Every day can have a fireworks display with this Tipster from Elena Kulikova!

Photo by elenakulikova

San Francisco analogue shooter and Lomography intern Elena Kulikova is no stranger to special effects; She’s got great albums dedicated to DIY effects including lens flares, light leaks, kaleidoscopes, prisms and more.

She also has a pair of 3D Fireworks Glasses that she loves. When worn, these glasses create multi-colored reflective bursts from even the faintest of light sources. For photographic purposes, they can even be used by pointing the camera at the sun or other bright & shiny objects. Once the film is developed, starbursts of rainbow fireworks will fill your photographs.

There’s no stopping there of course, you can bring the magic into your nightlife too. Try this on the 4th of July: Just place the sparkly 3D fireworks glasses in front of your lens, point your camera towards the lights in the sky, then release the shutter! lens All cameras are eligible to participate and will bring extra sparkly fun to an already colorful fireworks show. The Instax adapters for the Diana F+ and LC-A+ will, of course, may be be the most gratifying and can bring the fastest results!!!

The glasses are super cheap, you can buy a pair on Amazon.com for less than $3, or a pack of 10 for only $9. You and your friends to enjoy a sparkly fireworks show this coming 4th of July, or any other day of the year!

Order yours immediately and give them a shot before the show on the 4th! Have fun and Lomo on!

-Lomography SF Crew via Elena Kulikova

written by lomographysf

3 comments

  1. walasiteodito

    walasiteodito

    I have this similar filter called jupiter scope, if you want you can check out my fireworks shot with jupiterscope here, http://www.lomograph(…)ks-in-april :)

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  2. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    That's funny. I had some of these same types of glassess (hearts and stars) and tried the same thing last Christmas, using the Christmas tree lights. I haven't posted the photos, but this has inspired me to consider posting them. Thank you.

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  3. lomographysf

    lomographysf

    @Walasiteodito Those shots were great! @Mafiosa You should deinitely dig up those photos and post them. We'd love to see the results!

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