How to Realize Multiple Exposures with an Original LC-A


LC-A owners! Probably I’m just stating the obvious, but there’s a very, very, easy way to create double exposures with an LC-A camera!

Well, this review is going to be quite short, ‘cause the trick to shoot once or twice in a single frame is quite short too.

As you can see from the picture below, at the bottom of the camera, there’s the unlock button, the same button you use to rewind the film when you finish your roll.

To create your multiple exposure, you just have to shoot the first photo then push the unlock button and keep hold of the rewind wheel so the shot will be loaded without the film to move an inch!

Quite easy, isn’t it?

written by weidong on 2012-03-31 #gear #tutorials #lc-a #camera #multiple-exposure #tipster #double-exposure #lca #lomo-lc-a #doppie-esposizioni
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One Comment

  1. heshanj
    heshanj ·

    good tip! :) ive used this a couple of times over the last few months and it worked out alright, except that in a couple of shots, the film actually did move a little bit, so the two frames didnt overlap exactly.. but i guess it was alright. cheers

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