The splitzer is a small accessory that works in a big way. With a LC-A+ splitzer, the way I compose my shots changed completely.
It’s no longer just looking through the viewfinder and shoot. The shooting process becomes something like…frame more to the right, more to the left, left 1/4 from the top or 1/3 from the bottom. Sounds complicated? No, it’s not. Grab an LC-A+ Splitzer (or make one yourself) and try. Just make sure that after shooting the first shot, do not advance the roll. Rotate the Splitzer, click on the MX button and shoot your second, third or even fourth shot.
If you “SPLITzer” your frame into half, you’ll be getting 72 shots from a 36frame roll. It’s very easy to use and helps to create interesting photos. Don’t limit yourself to a single shot, “SPLITzer” it!
Some of the techniques which I used.
Split top and bottom. Very useful for wide scenery shot
Split left and right. A good way to contrast the front and the back or bring subjects together.
4 in 1. Split into quarters. All your meals in a single shot.
A seamless split. Select similar background for best effect.
Lastly, this is what you get if you advance the roll too soon : )