A few weeks ago, we took you back to some impressive tipsters for shooting with the LC-Wide. Now, we bring you some more of these, in case you’re looking for more noteworthy tips to try out with Lomography’s wide-angled wonder!
While the past installment of Taking Back Tipsters on the Lomo LC-Wide has already touched base on shooting endless panoramas using the wide-angled wonder, the tipster above lighthouseblues complements it nicely by showing how you can get perfectly scanned LC-Wide panoramas using the DigitaLiza 35mm Scanning Mask. So if you ever decide to try endless panoramas, you might want to find out how you can scan your rolls with the DigitaLiza as well!
If you haven’t been exploring the possibilities offered by LC-Wide’s half-frame mode (flick the HF switch underneath), it’s about time you do so. With the tipster above by littlemisslove, one of the things you can try doing with the HF mode is to mash up your portraits by merging them with other subjects!
Ever wanted to shoot nightscapes with the LC-Wide? Now, with the help of the tipster above by ymmij, you can try it out! Go ahead and check to find out how you can trick the LC-Wide’s light meter, how long you should expose, and other long exposure tips!
Last but not the least, we have a tipster by triky76 showing us how we can make a simple but effective protective case for the LC-Wide using sheets of foam. It’s worth trying out whether or not you’re the crafty, DIY type, so head over to the tipster above to find out what you’re going to need and how it’s done!
If you’re looking for the previous installment of Taking Back Tipsters for LC-Wide Tips, it’s right here!
The Lomo LC-Wide boasts the newly-developed 17mm Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle lens. This 35mm camera wonder is the perfect companion for your photo expeditions. It produces eye-catching splashes of colour with astonishing saturation and contrasts with the added versatility of 3 different formats. Open up to a new photographic experience with the LC-Wide, available in our Shop.