Blending Images with the Lomo LC-Wide

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Endless panoramas can be pretty cool. Imagine the same subject taken from different angles stretching in an extremely wide angle photo, or contrasting elements melting into one frame. Awesome, right? And what makes it even cooler is that you can easily capture it with the Lomo LC-Wide.

Credits: fruchtzwerg_hh, pearlgirl77, sobetion & gocchin

Here’s How to Do It

Take out the “Half Frame” frame from the camera, and switch your LC-Wide to half-frame mode. Before you shoot, remember to keep the lens cover only half open! After you’ve taken your first shot, turn your camera to the right when you take the next portion of your panorama. It’s also a good idea to consider that the image you're shooting is bigger than what you can see in the camera viewfinder. Lastly, ask the film lab NOT to cut your negatives!


An endless panorama adventure starts with a roll of 35 mm film and the Lomo LC-Wide. Let us in on the excitement by uploading your shots to your LomoHome with the tag #lcwide and #endlesspanorama. If you don't have the LC-Wide yet, visit the Online Shop or a Gallery Stores to get yours!

2018-08-03

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Lomo LC-Wide

Lomo LC-Wide

Capture your life in wide angle with the world's widest 35mm compact camera with a 17mm ultra-wide-angle lens.

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4 Comments

  1. koduckgirl
    koduckgirl ·

    I did this same tutorial a number of years ago and I found that I did not need to shoot with the lens half open I just kept shooting full but with the switch in half frame mode
    https://www.lomography.com/magazine/196952-196952

  2. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @koduckgirl you’re right!

  3. koduckgirl
    koduckgirl ·

    @frenchyfyl hi!!

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