Posts Tagged ‘lomo fisheye’

Boston’s waterfront

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Boston tall ships film

I am going through some film photos from 2009 and came across a few frames from the tall ships festival in Boston. The black and white image was from 120 film through a Holga camera. The color images are 135 film in a lomo fisheye toy camera.

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I love the lady in orange posing for her photo with all the other people in the shot.

another fisheye lomo image

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

This is from the area in NYC around Canal and Broadway. I was in town for a photo conference and we had just met up with Sacramento wedding photographer Sarah Maren, who was buying “Prada.” They walked away with brightly colored soft leather bags, I walked away with this haunting image.

NYC fisheye image

camera: Lomo Fisheye (35mm)

lomo fisheye

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Just got back a roll from my LOMO fisheye camera. The print lab included a disc with all the images even though it is analog 35mm film.

I love the strange distortions from this plastic, wide contortion lens. It also makes this delightfully tiny, plastic-sounding click that always cracks me up.

This image is from a portrait swap I did with another Boston-area wedding photographer: Ashley O’Dell.