Right here we've got one of the sharpest and most unique camera accessories of all time! Merely slide it into the front grooves of your LC-A+, and prepare to slice your image into halves or dice it into quarters and eights.
Two spinning blades within your Splitzer serve to expose only certain portions of your image at a time, allowing you to perform intensive photo-surgery with each click of the shutter.
Shoot, hit the multiple exposure switch, turn the Splitzer, and shoot again! Please note - as the Splitzer requires the LC-A+'s special front grooves, it is not designed to work with the original Lomo LC-A.
Living on the Edge
To tell the truth, full-frame has done pretty well by us over the past years. With a LC-A+ in hand, it's nice to take a straight-off, one-shot image of your favorite person, animal, or thing. It's also pleasant to "get a little wild" and multiple-expose that same full frame image.
But what about going past that large, single full-frame? How about diving into halves and quarters? What about dictating exactly what appears on your photo - and exactly where it appears?
Take that image in front of your face & slice it straight down the middle. Slap it onto the right side of your image, and then take a breath. What do you want on the left? That's the beauty - the choice is yours! You can shoot it now, or take a week's holiday on the beach and shoot it then. You no longer just take the shots, you "call" them too !
To say that this is exciting is an understatement. This is no less than an earth-shattering new development in Lomography. By slicing and dicing your photos, you can re-combine them to make something entirely new. Or tell a story.
Or just do something totally random and insane - in the hopes that the result iscool and pleasing. Don't worry - it probably will be, but you might want to shoot it a few times to be sure.
With the Splizter, you'll never look at an LC-A+ image as a single whole again. Instead, you'll truly see it as the "sum ofits parts" - which are happily decided upon and placed by you.
And to you free spirits - don't fret! This isn't some kind of cut-and-paste Photoshop job. The Splitzer handily introduces the opportunity for all kinds of happy mistakes. Certain parts of certain image fragments bleed into one another for unpredictable multiple-exposed portions.
You'll almost certainly blow out a particular piece with WAY too much light every now and then. But that's just all part of the fun - isn't it? If Lomography can offer you one priceless thing, it's the guarantee of constant surprises when you pop open that fresh envelope of prints.
The Splitzer is yet another way to keep those absolutely unique and totally knockout images flowing.