Friday, March 18, 2011

Point and Shoot

Yesterday was a very productive day.
I tagged along with some friends to go to the woods, they were planning to film a concept of some sort...involving a shovel and pick axe, digging, shotgun, cigarettes and...zombies. The area was treacherous,  we were always cautious of our next step (in case of sinking mud.)

I managed to take an instant Polaroid shot of a friend sitting on an abandoned truck (or whatever remained) and the rest of the time, I spent taking photos on my Lomographic Fisheye Number 2 Camera.
Very interesting piece of equipment.



Here's one of my first shots on my first roll of film. Not bad huh?
Inexpensive, fun and creative camera.

If you get a chance, visit the Fisheye Flickr.



As for the photos taken at the woods, I will be posting them up as soon as soon as I get them developed.

I'm always on the lookout for little gadgets here and there and I'd love to hear some of your hobbies.

22 comments:

  1. Thanks guys!

    Can't wait to develop the film from yesterday, I just hope they came out good.

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  2. Just found your blog and am following! Hope the shots turn out!

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  3. love the fish eye shots! :-) if you're intrested...
    http://pokeretc.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks, hope you check out my other posts :)

    I'd love to hear from you guys

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  5. Hey Daniella,

    Thanks for your reaction on my blog, it gave me a warm feeling when i red it.. Nice blog by the way, i like the way you write, it is easy to read!

    Greetings Bart

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  6. Wow you're a pretty good photographer :) Definitely gonna follow you - would love to see some more pics!

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  7. you should check out the fisheye they sell at urban outfitters, its pretty good!

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  8. Fisheye shot love it! Keep up the great work!

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  9. I'm looking forward to your cigarette zombie photos!

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  10. the glass orb reminds me of the fushgi ball

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  11. would like to see more shots done with the fisheye

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  12. I'm also into photography, you can check out my shots aswell!

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  13. Sounds like something from one of Romero's classics! Haha!

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  14. Nice shots ! You are pretty skilled at what you do.

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  15. what camera do you have, and what do you want?

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  16. for the polaroid, Fujifilm Instax mini 55i,


    Theres a link to the fisheye in my post. Just click the name.

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