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Go nose hunting with your Fisheye!

Grab your Fisheye or another camera with a Fisheye-Adapter (e.g. the Holga or Diana F+) and go to the Zoo. There, you hold your camera directly to the animal’s face (note: don’t use flash!). The results are very funny and unusual photos. Not only can you try this animals of all kinds but also with your friends of course! ;)

written by elfefee and translated by duckduckninja

6 comments

  1. saidseni

    saidseni

    Great, great, great! :D I use the fisheye lens in my LC-A but when I get to close everything gets out of focus, I think I have to use it in infinity always... I love your pictures, I wish I could take some like these! Lomo on!

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  2. magali

    magali

    So cool! Saw a lot of these photos on the booklet I got with my ActionSampler. And I hope to save up & buy a fisheye soon.

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  3. odjur

    odjur

    Ohh I've got a shot like those, a little goat with his tongue outside of his mouth, I really have to upload it sometime, it's so funny :3

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  4. gulleymike

    I just added a great nose picture of a cow but I wasn't sure how to share it with this article.
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  5. hgodward

    hgodward

    i took some like this but havent got them developed yet, im really excited to see how they turn out. I was worried about using flash because i didnt know how the animals would react. However it was a particularly dark day so i dont know if they will come out very well.
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  6. hgodward

    hgodward

    I finally got them developed and they look great! Two of them didnt work so well because it was too dark but i love taking pictures of animals this way it has an amazing outcome
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