Jul 09, 2009
I turned 17 last month and for my birthday a friend of mine gave me a Lomography Fisheye 2! I was really excited and wanted to check out what these babies could do before I took mine out for a spin.
I know some of you guys don't particularly like Lomography because of the toy cameras. but I'll be the first one to admit that I really appreciate and, dare I say, love this style. Not to mention all the really unexpected things that you find when you develop the film! The light leaks, grain, over-saturation and high contrasts.
I gathered here a few Lomography fisheye techniques that I found interesting. Some of these were taken with other Lomography cameras, like the Diana and LC-A+ with a fisheye lens adapter attached. I'm really digging the underwater pictures and the cute animal ones :)
As always, if you have any images that you took or maybe some cool pictures you've come across and you'd like to share with us, please drop me a line on Twitter and/or Facebook. And if you have any suggestions for my next photography post, send them my way too! I'd love to hear from you!