In the words of the great photojournalist Robert Capa — "If your pictures aren't good enough, you aren't close enough." Of course, this famous line refers to the art of street photography, but it can easily be applied to fisheye photography, too.
Capturing photos through the Fisheye No.2 lens gives you the chance to explore the surreal. The closer you get, the crazier it is — noses get bigger and figures become distorted. Suddenly, the people you know and the places you're familiar with are sucked into a tight 170-degree circle, as if you're looking through a peephole into some kind of fantasy world. But that's just the beginning — you can layer your exposures by switching on the multiple exposure mode or create amazing light paintings and light up your nights with bulb mode.
Indoors or outdoors, with or without flash, the Fisheye No.2 is a fun little camera that shakes up your perspective. And for even more creative excitement, follow these Fisheye tricks for jaw-dropping images!