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Taking Back Tipsters: Splitzers

If you want to add a little bit more story to your double exposures, using a splitzer is key! Full bleed photos are coming your way in this week's edition of Taking Back Tipsters!

Splitzers liven up and give more character to your multiple exposures. Whether you’re doing just doubles or more than ten exposures on one frame, having a splitzer comes in handy in giving you that much needed ‘oomph’. Check out some splitzer related Tipsters made by the community below:

Homemade Splitzer & Cokin Filter Holder for the Sprocket Rocket by robertofiuza

More often than not, we Lomographers have spare camera accessories lying around. If you have some old Cokin filters handy, then you can fashion a splitzer out of it!

How to Make a Splitzer for 52mm Filter Thread by jutei

Circular polarizing filters have a rotating front thread, so it’s more than perfect for a DIY splitzer!

Camera Modification Tips: Holga Splitzer by lomofrue

Some people call the Holga’s lens cap useless. We call it a potential DIY splitzer that comes with the package!

Making a DIY Splitzer Card for a Smena 8M by guitarmanadam

Old FSU cameras like the Smena 8M aren’t made with the splitzer and modifications in mind, but here’s a quick way to get in on the splitzer action using an empty shampoo bottle!

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