Whether you’re going up or down, try to make an adventure out of your trip on the elevator and shoot whatever you can! Don’t let boredom rule your life. Some of your best Lomographic shots will come when you least expect it so better be prepared!
One of the important tenets of Lomography is to keep things interesting and make even the most mundane stuff memorable. Things like walking to the office, having lunch or in this case, riding the elevator! This is a perfect place to do some beautiful mirrored self-portraits, with the ambient light and all. If you’re with your friends, you can try out a large group shot too! If you’re not with your friends… what the heck, try a group shot still! So take a ride, enjoy the hypnotic elevator muzak, and take some shots!
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