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I Got a New Camera!

1 Aug

The Fisheye Baby 110!

So I said in my last post that I had some exciting news. Here it is! I recently purchased a NEW Lomography camera! It’s called the Fisheye Baby 110. This little guy is super tiny, and fits pretty much everywhere. My Diana is a bit bulky, and so I can’t always have it with me. This guy can be taken ANYWHERE!

This camera takes photos on 110 film, and uses a fisheye lens. This means the photos are distorted a bit. Here’s an example of one:

Fisheye Photo

Pretty cool, huh? I have taken about 8 photos on this camera so far, and can’t wait to finish out the film and get it developed.

Here’s more info on this little guy:

Product Description

Undersized Overachiever – The Fisheye Baby 110 Basic may be super small in size, but it packs the same punch as the bigger Fisheye No.2!Rule #1 – Now there’s no excuse not to take a camera everywhere you go. The Fisheye Baby 110 is teeny-tiny it can fit in a small bag, slide in your pocket or be worn as a pendant!

Point and Shoot – The Fisheye Baby 110 is very easy to use, perfect for people who are new to analogue photography. This camera has limited controls, letting you enjoy simple snap-shooting.

See the World in Circles – The Fisheye Baby 110 captures the same 170-degree circular images on a rectangular picture.

Easy Multiple and Long Exposures – This little camera allows for full photographic experimentation!

Uses 110 Film – Lomography has brought this format back from the dead. Load your Fisheye Baby 110 with our fresh Lomography 110 film

Here are some more photos of the FB110:

Side view

Look at how teeny tiny!

For more info on the camera, or if you’d like to buy one yourself, check it out here: Fisheye Baby 110.

Diana F+ Roll 2: SO Much Better!

8 Apr

I am excited to announce that my second roll of film from my Diana F+ got processed and printed and it wasn’t a complete disaster! In fact, 15 out of the 16 exposures came out! They weren’t all perfect, but worlds better than my first roll. The film I used was Lomography Color Negative 120 ISO 400. Here are the photos:

I'm pretty sure this one was a double exposure. I love how it came out.
Location: East 5th Graffiti Spot

I believe in all the photos, you can see a slight bit of the photos next to it. It's a recurring theme.
Location: East 5th Graffiti Spot

A perfect example of the weird photo cutting.
Location: East 5th Graffiti Spot

This is my absolute favorite shot of the whole roll. It's the railroad tracks right next to the graffiti spot we shot at.

There's an awesome spot outside of Quack's Bakery where you can find this mural.

My roommate took this awesome photo INSIDE with no flash. I'm pretty impressed with how it came out, and it was her first time shooting with my Diana. By the way, this is me and Andrew.

I took this photo in broad daylight at the Austin Beer Festival. I think I accidentally put it on "Pinhole" setting which was probably a mistake. Kinda looks cool to me though.

This is Andrew and me and again, and still on that pinhole setting. I let Meghan take the photo and I think it would have turned out better if it wasn't on P. Oops!

Location: Allen's Boots on South Congress

Location: Uncommon Objects.
I'm not sure what happened here, but it was inside a vintage/antique store. I like the color, but the bottom looks messed up for some reason.

This one actually printed much better than it scanned. Not sure what that thing on the right is.
Location: South Congress shops


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