Light leaks are part of the Lomographic aesthetic — it adds to the daydreamy effect of film photography. However, sometimes its usual magic just doesn't work in some analogue compositions. A vintage camera with open light seals can be the culprit.
No need to worry though, there's a quick fix for an unwanted aesthetic -- just get an acrylic ruler, a rotary cutter, a light sealing foam, cotton swabs, and 91% alcohol for this hack. Watch the video here.
Video sourced via Shawnee Union on YouTube.