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The set up is pretty simple. I secured the LC-W with the gorilla tripod under my seat and used the small cable release, which i taped on the tip of my seat to prevent me from constantly looking for it. However, i advice anyone who wants to try this, if yu havent already, to b extremely careful cause bare in mind that while you are cycling you have to attempt to advance the film as well. Therefore always be on the lookout of what is happening around you when it comes to cars. Ride safe and wear a helmet.

emilios This photo was shot on film. Taken by emilios with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Gold 200 (35mm) film in Nicosia, Cyprus. These tags describe this photo: bike, bicycle, bulb, street, lights, cars, night, dark, road, legs, handlebars, lomo, lc-w, gorilla, tripod, cablerelase, cable, release, home, 35mm, cycling, exercise, quiet, speed, trails, and hands. Date: 2012-01-13. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Late night bike ride no.1.

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