Creative individuals talk about their love for Lomography and of course, the Fisheye!
Magazine staff, Bangkok, Thailand
I’m a newly-educated graduate from Burapha University, “Gobblin” is my nickname from the faculty. They use such names to show that there are close feelings. My real nickname is “Gob”. Unfortunately, that name is pretty common both at my university and in Thailand as a whole. So, everyone decided to add a little to the end. Hence, “Gobblin”.
Favorite Fisheye feature: My most favourite feature is the fisheye lens. When I shoot pictures of myself, my face looks cool – or sometimes very funny. It’s the only thing that I can use to reduce my level of handsome-ness (which is quite high!)
Expert technique: It’s top secret. Promise me that you won’t tell anyone. The Fisheye is so splendid for girls who need more inches on their boobs and butts. No surgery is required – just a Fisheye. Of course, I jest.
Lomography? Lomo. Is fun.
Message: Don’t worry about any rules, don’t miss all the fun, don’t lie to yourself, don’t believe “don’t think just shoot”.
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