All 35mm films will work wonderfully with your Actionsampler Flash. For daytime shooting, 100 ASA colour negative is a glowing choice. At night, step up to 800 ASA for better light sensitivity. Try cross processing a slide film roll for other-worldly, yellow-submarine colour effects. Load a high-speed black and white film for a high-grain, high-drama film noir shoot.
Your Actionsampler Flash is ideal at parties, a crowd pleaser at concerts, and especially thrilling at break dancing shows. Once you encounter a less-than-very-bright situation, including indoors, flip up the flash and fire away. Your action is back, sharp as a tack and bathed in light. Try the flash in the sunlight as well, especially with your subject's head blocking out the sun. Magical! Keep your shooting range tight and close for maximum flashing impact, and be sure to give your potential subjects absolutely no warning of the 4-flash onslaught coming their way.
Get as close to the objects of your Lomographic desire as possible. Take that sage advice and hold it dear to your bosom - it is the key to success. The Actionsampler Flash's lenses are starving for content - fill them up with up-close noses, bright eyes, headlights, seashells, insane shoes, haughty cows, and other unmentionables.
Keep your subject still and run around him/her/it, sampling madly as you go. Then, switch it on them and keep still while your subject hops all around. The key: the more dynamic & experimental your technique, the more subjective and existential your Action Samples will be.
Really, how many times have you looked at sequential multi-lens images and envisioned a Warhol-esque colour progression bursting out of them? Let your desire guide you into the photo supply store for some coloured plastic gel filters. Cut 'em up, stick a different colour on each individual flash unit, and let loose. Get close, and splash each square with a different gorgeous colour.