Non-conventional travel photos taken using the Lomo LC-A+

2013-09-17

Stiff poses and obligatory shots of scenic places are what usually come to mind first when we talk about travel photos.

Of course, it can’t be helped that we take such pictures, especially if it’s our first time to visit a particular place. But make sure you’re armed with a trusty camera and allot a few (or more!) shots of your films for the little, less popular yet interesting objects we stumble upon in our travels.

Photos by trw, antibiotyx, gocchin, kylethefrench, and neja

One camera that would most certainly make documenting your trips so much fun is the LC-A+. The Lomo LC-A+, a remake of the classic LC-A, makes the old and the new meet by introducing features that would allow you to take multiple and long exposure shots, as well as richly-coloured shots and saturated vignettes!

Take a look at some of the photos that our community members have taken using the cameras from the Lomo LC-A family!

Break free from convention and let your imagination run wild! Because sometimes, these are what makes our trips memorable and our travel photos stand out.

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by chooolss on 2013-09-17 #lifestyle #travel #outdoors #analogue-photography #lomo-lc-a #gallery-post

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