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Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains

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  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    nice, like a binoculars view..<:)

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  2. grazie

    grazie

    i like this one!

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  3. b0rn2b1ush

    b0rn2b1ush

    love this!

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  4. neja

    neja

    I tried doing doubles with Fisheye before- twice, actually. didn't enjoy it too much.... 2 great shots from 2 rolls only

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  5. yyyhorn

    yyyhorn

    that is so neat! great job!

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Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains

Well, I sent off my Horizon to address the soft focus issues (still under warranty), and I guess it was too much trouble to fix because they sent me a new one! For my first album, I double exposed a roll that had previously been shot in my Fisheye No. 2 at the Zoo. I like some of the results, but this will take a little more practice. I thought the fisheye exposures would overwhelm, but in fact they are so underexposed in most places as to not even be visible . . .

russheath This photo was shot on film. Taken by russheath with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Kodak Pro Image 100 (35mm) film in Silver Plume, CO, United States. These tags describe this photo: fisheye no. 2, fisheye + horizon, 35mm, horizon, horizon perfekt, doubles, perfekt, kodak pro image, 100, hiking + zoo doubles, lake, mountain, flowers, hiking, iso 100, zoo, baby, fisheye, color, and different cameras. This photo can also be found in the album Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains.

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