This image was taken with the Lomo L-CA+ and double exposed. The first image was of the brick wall the next was the image of my son Joel. Taking double exposures does take a little practice as you have to get the exposures just right to not over expose the whole image but you can get some interesting results! The L-CA+ has an MX switch you just push to get a double exposure it is a great little feature of this fantastic little compact camera.
The Kompakt Automat (or the LOMO LC-A, as it’s more commonly known) is a 35mm Russian compact camera that unwittingly kickstarted an entire worldwide photographic movement. Its unique Minitar 1 lens delivers radiant colors, knockout contrast, shadowy vignettes and unmistakable photographs that have made it a beloved snap-shooting legend across the globe.
In 2005, the LOMO LC-A’s future was thrown into jeopardy when production at the LOMO factory in St. Petersburg came to a halt. Determined to save their beloved camera, Lomography secured it would live on forever in the form of the new-and-improved LC-A+.
The LC-A+ captures the hearts of Lomographers the world over with the same look and feel as the original LC-A, but with a whole host of new experimental features also thrown in. Whether you’re an analogue newcomer or a seasoned Lomographer, the LOMO LC-A+ is a must-have in any photographer’s arsenal.