Doubles, collaborations, MX shots. These are among of the famous features about Lomography. Lomography cameras such as LC-A+, LC-Wide, Fisheye, La Sardina, Fisheye 2, and many more are one of the few cameras which has the ability to shoot multiple exposures. Sometimes MX shots are nice and sometimes it is not. So in this article, I would like to show everyone a simple way to shoot well-exposed MX shots!
You will need:
- Your camera
- A creative mind
In my earlier post, I mentioned that changing the ISO will help in having beautiful backlight photos. So what do you guys think will the way to shoot a beautiful MX shots? The answer is setting the right ISO! To shoot beautiful MX shots, all you have to do is make sure you have set the right ISO!
The right ISO setting is ISO 100 for ISO 50 films, ISO 200 for ISO 100 films, and ISO 400 for ISO 200 films. By setting one stop difference with the ISO you are using, you are actually underexposing the shots. But, if you shoot it in MX, it will be nicely exposed (correct me if I am wrong).
Simple isn’t it? So I hope with this quick tipster, everyone can shoot beautiful double exposure photos!