Happy Weekend.

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Having had my LC-A+ for a little more than a year now, I honestly haven’t used it as much as I’d like or have been as pleased with the results as I wish I were. A couple of months ago I found a pre-owned LC-A+ Splitzer online for half its retail price and immediately bagged it to add a little spice to the process of using this camera.

I hope this weekend will be filled with wonderful things for you. ♥

Negative0-26-26(1)Fujichrome Sensia 100 (expired), Lomo LC-A+

8 comments on “Happy Weekend.

  1. That LC-A+ Splitzer really transformed those photographs into something otherworldly – especially the first one is incredible! I love the violet tones of the film as well!
    I hope you’ll get to appreciate your LC-A+ shots more now that you have the Splitzer.

    1. Thank you, Polly, having a new accessory to change the way I use the camera really helped and I’m very excited about exploring other ways to have fun with this camera! :)

    1. Haha! I used the Splitzer and took two shots of the same place to make them look like their reflecting each other, one of the most-used effect by the Splitzer!

  2. I had my lomo for ten years and now gave it to a friend so she can start using analogue cameras :)
    it was always a russian roulette with lc-a :sometimes awesome results,sometimes really crappy!

    I like your very much and the splitzer is a great accessory!

    1. Thank you so much, dear Sara, and you put it in such fine words – russian roulette indeed! I wish I had more control of it but then perhaps that wouldn’t been lomography. I hope your friend falls in love with film :)

  3. Ohhh, I wish a splitzer would fit on mine but its a refurbished one and not the LC-A+, I’m excited to see what you do with it.

    What haven’t you liked about the LC-A? I really love mine.

    1. If I took photographs like you did with your LC-A, I would really love it too, hahaha! I think my main gripe is that I can’t seem to get it to render tones as vivid as yours does – I always kind of expect dramatic tones out of it but I’ve never had that unless I used slide film. I’m going to try using slide film and develop it in E6 next and see if that works in my favor. That said, still very excited to have more fun with the Splitzer! :)

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