Before launching the Lomography Experimental Lens Kit, we released several clues to help you guess what it was, and one clue that we gave is that it will allow you to easily merge two worlds into one with your Micro 4/3 camera. Actually, you could combine not only two, but perhaps even three or more.
The Lomography Experimental Lens Kit contains three different lenses: a standard 24mm lens, wide-angle 12mm lens, and a fisheye lens for fantastic 160° shots. Each type of lens will allow you to experiment and have a grand time while taking multiple exposure photos.
Combine two separate patches of scenery or even decorate a landscape with your likeness, and it’s quite easy, really. To take multiple exposures with your Lomography Experimental Lens and Micro 4/3 camera, all you need to do is press the lens shutter twice or more during the time your camera shutter is open while on bulb mode. The more times you press the lens shutter during the time your camera shutter is open, the more exposures you’ll get!
Now that you have an idea of how to take multiple exposure shots with Lomography Experimental Lens, all you need is inspiration. Here are some images to ignite your quest for innovative MX photos.
Satisfy your hunger for creative snap-shooting with the == Lomography Experimental Lens Kit.== This lens pack is compatible with all Micro 4/3 digital cameras and comes with three lenses: standard 24mm, wide-angle 12mm and fisheye. This super creative lens kit will let you take wide-angle, fisheye, and multiple exposure shots, delight in exciting photographic effects and tint your images with color filters. View the Experimental Lens Kit Site or get yours in the Online Shop now!
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