Just got a new camera sent to me, Lomo LC-A. Yes I know some of you are against this camera because it's crap but I like it and I think it's fun. So I ran a roll of 100ASA film through it and I was expecting some vignetting because that's what they're famous for... but I got nothing! My photos are actually really really clear and not warped... although the focusing distances on the camera don't really match what they are in real life. So how do you get vignetting on a camera and how can I maximise this? I thought it was because the camera itself is getting in the way of the photo. So should I set the camera to the largest aperture? Then could I make up for the extra light by increasing the ASA setting to 200 or 400 eventhough it does have a timed shutter, I'm not too sure about how accurate it is. The only things I can change on this camera are aperture, focus and ASA. Got any ideas?