To be honest this is my very first Lomography Camera. I bought this beautiful camera in 2007 as a birthday present from my parents. I bought it from Lomographic Society Indonesia. I just remember my heartbeat goes crazy when my fisheye no.2 arrived at my house. I run from my bedroom and take the fisheye no.2 from the delivery man. It was that happy excited feeling and that feeling always come when I bought a Lomography camera :)
My first roll was a surprise major happy roll. I shoot the entire roll in my grandma’s house. I shoot a lot of people there from my parents,brothers,cousins,uncles,aunts and even the cats near my grandma’s house. It was really a happy feeling using that B mode (Bulb) at night and using mx (multiple exposure) button. I FEEL IT ALL!! Day,Night,Noon,morning I always use it and until now my fisheye no.2 I always bring it to many events to shoot some silly faces of many people. I just don’t know I love my fisheye no.2 so much maybe that camera is my first love and I name it Luna. Luna as I know is another name for the moon. It’s not weird that I use Luna the Fisheye No.2 at night frequently than at daylight. Only joking then ;p
Well I love Fisheye No.2 and for every reason I love Lomography I still love my first Lomography Camera,Fisheye No.2. Thank you for Lomography Society International for creating this camera. It changed my life. :)
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