Creative individuals talk about their love for Lomography and of course, the Fisheye!
Roseli da Silva
37, professor of economics at São Paulo University
São Paulo, Brasil
Hi! I’m Roseli!! I’m a 37 year-old little girl who loves poetry and literature, music (blues, jazz, opera and popular Brazilian music), travelling, and of course photography! I’m a Professor of Economics at São Paulo University, and I really like teaching and researching economics in an underdeveloped country filled with social problems. Ok… I confess… I have been addicted to Lomography since July 2005!
Favorite Fisheye feature: That’s a really difficult question, because Fisheyes are absolutely and completely wonderful!!! If I have to choose it would be the wide angle they both (Fisheye 1 and 2) yield, and the new viewfinder – I love seeing everything as a ball!!!
Expert technique: My favourite technique is the multiple exposure option that the Fisheye 2 offers – it gets me crazy! The most interesting experiment that I did using this technique was shooting a wide view (from a high point) twice. The first layer was normal and the second was pointed down. The results are so cool!!!
What the hell is Lomography? Exploration and feelings.
Message: Lomography means Lomographers, all of us are addicted by one or more Lomo-cams, it doesn’t matter at all. The important thing is that we are the best, the most warmhearted, and inspired virtual community that I’ve ever taken part in.
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