Old Pie Pans as Fisheye Photo Frames!

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Are you having a hard time displaying your gorgeous Fisheye photos? We have a nice DIY solution for you!

Photo from homestyleruk

Those quirky and eccentric Fisheye shots are one of the trademark images of Lomography. The exaggerated angles and the pure whimsical nature of it are just a few of the reasons why the Fisheye remains a staple in many a Lomographer’s camera arsenal.

Displaying Fisheye photos can be quite a task though! If you use ordinary frames, there’s too much negative space that’s going around. What you can do is to buy or re-use old pie pans as a makeshift frame! Look for pans that are just the right size for your prints, or do a custom one. After cutting up the circle, just attach the photo to the pan and stick it on the wall. Nice idea, eh?

Information for this article was sourced from homestyleruk

written by cruzron on 2013-08-27 #gear #tutorials #diy #tipster #frame #fisheye

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  1. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    Thanks for using my photo on Facebook :)

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