Lomo in Stereo
Photos shot with two Lomo LC-A cameras at once. Just because.
by Derek Powazek
I had a nagging feeling that Heather’s Lomo was consistently better exposed than mine. So, as an experiment, I loaded the same film into each of our Lomo LC-A’s, and took them both out for a shoot. I did my best to shoot the same thing at the same time.
The results proved that both cameras shoot about the same (sometimes hers are lighter, sometimes mine are), but the diptychs are kind of interesting in their own right.
Derek Powazek is a specialist in the rich middle ground between digital community and traditional publishing. His groundbreaking work in bringing web communities into printed magazines resulted in Folio naming him one of the Top 40 Industry Influencers of 2007. In addition to advising a number of startups and editing Fray: The Quarterly of True Stories. Derek lives in San Francisco with his wife, three nutty Chihuahuas, and a house full of plants named Fred.
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