Image from here.
A long long time ago, Ryan got me a fisheye camera for my birthday. I finally got some of the film developed. Most of the pictures I took were kind of disappointing, but I learned a couple things about using the thing:
1. Get super duper close-up to the subject and use flash *or* be somewhere extremely well-lit. I mean like on the beach in the summer time at noon well-lit. If you don't do this, the pictures will be way too dark. Even if it's daylight, use the flash.
2. Hold the camera really still. I mean like, tripod still.
3. Keep your fingers out of the way, haha.
Anyway, three of the pictures I took turned out cool. And here they are.
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(I just took pictures of the photographs with my digital camera, hence the weird glare on some of them)
I especially like the second one. It was on a walk after having a picnic with Ryan on my birthday in October. You can see part of him on the very right side. And on the other side, my coffee. That was a really good day.
The duck picture is also from that day. They're swimming in green scum. And the top picture is Yeti the celebrity who was smelling the camera. I love how far away her feet look!
I'm going to load some more film in that thing again soon, keeping my three rules in mind. Wish me luck!