Thursday

Ahhhh, Life in a Fish Bowl


Step up your amateur photographer game for the new year with a bona-fide 35 mm Fisheye camera from the folks over at Lomography. This company has brought to the masses many retro cameras with cool functions at low prices. A true fisheye lens is quite pricey, sometimes $700 ish just for the lens without the camera body. You can test out your skills with this $40 retro looking model first and see how it goes. "Good-humored, ironic, rock 'n' roll, and very, very wide, the Lomography Fisheye 35mm Camera--the world's only 35mm camera with a built-in fisheye lens". And if you don't see yourself as the creative type, look at it this way: real estate agents, investors and landlords will love the 'space enhancing' capabilities that a fisheye can deliver. Just scan it and go.

Where to find it: Lomography Fisheye 35mm Camera

4 comments:

cassel said...

Great tip! I bought a "true" fish eye lens last week and this probably could have done the job at a fraction of the cost.

Flash said...

I like how the photo's reminds me of those convex mirrors of the 60's. Great to take about 30 pictures of one subject and line them up into a grid.

Apples & Pears said...

I meant to comment on this sooner, but this camera is so cool and such a great price! I'll have to check this out.

Hey Flash I like your ideas about lining them up too.

cupcakelife.com said...

I have one and it takes really neat pictures...of kids, of dogs, also brought to Paris and took some cool ones of buildings. It isn't digital, but that's ok with me!