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Searching for Twin Photos Part II

I'm still sharing my compilation of other users' photos that are twins of my own photos. I haven't found the exact twin photos yet, but I know I will achieve it! But for he moment, I'm finding some of them that are very alike.

Photo by deprofundis

In Spanish, we call portholes on ships “Ojo de buey” (Ox eye). So if “ox-eyes” are on ships across the ocean, let’s take fisheyes to the stables!

The key for taking photos with a Fisheye camera is approaching as near as you can; snouts are really photogenic this way.

Christmas is coming and town streets are full of decorations. Days are shorter and colorful lights at streets are telling us: “Buy something, spend your money…” But I admit that I love walking under Christmas lights.

These days, I’ve got two multi-lensed cameras but I don’t really take many shots with them because I think they are ideal only for outdoors with stuff in motion. A child’s birthday party? Perfect. There are lots of kids running, jumping, fighting, falling down and swinging.

These kind of cameras are also perfect for visiting a theme-park. Of course, it´s better to see wild animals in their natural habitat than in a zoo. Although, we have to admit that it’s easier to take photos of them when they are trained.

Finally, I want to say thanks to the following Lomographers for letting me share their shots:

biscuitface, sara_tijeras,sonya1980, b0rn2b1ush, and lomobrigida

You can also read about my first set of twin photos here!

written by deprofundis

1 comment

  1. adzfar


    Nice idea! :)

    about 3 years ago · report as spam

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