Snowglobe Effect on the Fisheye 2

2011-05-03 3

A fantastically easy way to get snowglobe-like, dreamy neon works of art on the Fisheye 2.

In the city at night? A way to use the streetlights to your advantage is this easy tip for Fisheye 2 users.
Find any place that has even the tiniest bit of artificial light and switch your camera setting to Bulb.
Then hold the shutter open for as long as you like while you crazily wave your camera around in front of the light to get a snowglobe-y effect!

If you want to do a portrait shot of one of you friends then make them walk into your shot. Keep the camera still for a while to focus in on their face; the result is a portrait with a crazy, streaky neon background!

written by lomorosie on 2011-05-03 #gear #tutorials #camera #tipster #bulb-setting #fisheye-2 #quickie-tipster

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3 Comments

  1. willyboy
    willyboy ·

    Does it lose its effect if your friend is really ugly?

  2. fash_on
    fash_on ·

    I think you mean plasma ball???

  3. muchacho
    muchacho ·

    She/he meant to use your colored flash. Just saying

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