Creative individuals talk about their love for Lomography and of course, the Fisheye!
This nice looking girl comes from Hannover, Germany and has been addicted to Lomography for three years. I’m a student of English literary studies and Sociology, and writing my final exam this summer.
Favorite Fisheye feature: The instant double exposure switch – because it is a lot of fun creating planned doubles. You can shoot a picture of a person on the street and double it with a shot of a lake :) funny results.
Expert technique: Taking Fisheye 2 panorama pictures. Take your first shot, advance the wheel less then one total frame, hit the MX-button, turn about 170-degrees and then fire again. I’m not good at it and still have to figure out how much I need to advance the film so that the images overlap. The results are awesome when you do it right.
Lomography? Viewing the world with different eyes.
Message: Never lose the viewfinder.
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