Indoors or not, the Lomography Ringflash is the perfect companion for my Fisheye 2. I get better results shooting in the dark and I get to shoot up close and personal!
My Lomography Fisheye 2's built-in flash spoiled me since a long time ago. And this is making me less likely to shoot indoors and in the dark. Even though I can still shoot using B mode, it’s still like missing something. Then I bought this Ringflash from Lomography, and it’s so cute and adapts nicely to my Fisheye. I’m in love with the flash immediately.
Now I can shoot in dark! And I get better results to shoot even closer!
The Ringflash is able to give me not only a flash, but 4 different color flash as I desire. I can change the color gel into colors I like and can even add on the diffuser to make the flash blend nicely with the object I shoot. Not only fisheye2, but I can use it with other Lomography cameras such as Fisheye 1, Holga, Diana and LC-A as well! But then, I still love using it with my Fisheye 2, even when I’m indoors or out. It gave me perfect colors I want on the object I shoot!
Love you, my Ringflash.
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