Go Wet and Wild with the Fisheye

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Where are you off to this summer? Wherever you're heading, make sure you've got a fun and fuss-free camera on hand. We suggest the Fisheye No. 2 — the easiest and most convenient way to shoot amazing photos with a 180° field of view. Packed with creative features like Multiple Exposure and Long Exposure modes and a built-in flash, this cute snapshot camera packs an even greater creative punch when paired with special accessories.

Credits: hstevens1

Dive in with the Submarine

As long as you keep your Fisheye No. 2 locked in the Submarine Underwater Housing, you're all set for some underwater action. The Fisheye camera loves close-ups, so don't be shy and swim in a little closer for an amazing 180-degree view. Make silly faces, swish your hair around, or cozy up with friends up to 65 ft (20 m) beneath the water’s surface.

Credits: susielomovitz, remyleblanc, annekoning, wemmser, yuvs, pikka & hstevens1

Now, that's the wet part. How about going a little wild with your Fisheye snaps? Here, we compiled some simple tips that you can do after you've had your photos printed.

Creative Ways to Display Your Lomographs Using the Circle Cutter

Using the Fisheye Circle Cutter is super simple and fuss-free, and you can cut circles in 3 diameter sizes (6.5cm, 8.5cm and 9.5 cm). Aside from your photos, you can also cut papers and silk if you want to get extra creative. Community member raejk14 used the Fisheye Circle Cutter to showcase her fantastic shots. Follow her step-by-step here.

Credits: raejk14

Make Your Pictures Roll

After you've cut enough circles out of your photos, you can make them “roll” with this easy tipster that turns your snaps into a ball. Photo balls can be turned into a hanging ornament or paperweight. Community member gm_mcleod made a step-by-step guide for you to see how it’s done. Read the tutorial here.

Having Fun with the Fisheye Circle Cutter

Community member gulgamp got inspired by one of our past rumbles, the Clever Collage Rumble. In this tutorial she collected photos of her friends taken with the Fisheye and Ringflash for an extra pop of color. With a pair of scissors, the Fisheye Circle Cutter, and some tape, she created this really cool collage that you can easily make, too! Read her tipster here.

Credits: gulgamp

Have you tried any of these crafty Fisheye tips? Upload your shots onto your own LomoHome and share your link in the comments box below. Still don't have a Fisheye No.2 camera? Until 18th June 2018, you'll get a bundle of freebies including the Fisheye Circle Cutter, Submarine Underwater Housing, a Leather Camera Case, and a Double Frame with every Fisheye No. 2 purchase!

Shop Online or visit a Gallery Store near you before this deal expires!

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