Here are the results from my first 2 films using a Fisheye2 Camera. I usedÂ 400 iso colour Fujifilm Superia X-tra for these snapshots
Double exposure of my VW Camper and myself.
Another double exposure – for this shot I steadied the camera on my knee and took a 3 second exposure down the street using the “bulb” setting, then set the shutter back to normal and took a photograph using the built in flash of myself and my girlfriend.
And again… This time I took the self portrait first using the flash, then spun around, using the bulb setting to capture the streak of street lights.
For this shot I took a picture of the sky at dusk, I then had a happy accident and managed to take a picture of myself over the top.
Same kind of dusk shot, but not so much an accident with the second exposure.
I had to take this shot, I really liked the contrast between the bright daylight and the strong shadow which was cast by the hillside… Plus you can’t own a fisheye and not take a landscape shot!
I took this shot about 1ft away from the front of my camper van, I love how vehicle’s look when you take a shot like this.
Triple exposure consisting of a long exposure night shot, followed by a self portrait and finished off with a quick twist of the camera body to capture the streak of street lights.
Erm, what can I say… I thought this would look funny… and it does.
This shot was taken from inside my camper van, followed by the second exposure which was a shot of the sky taken out of the van window.
These shots look great with a fisheye lens, get as close to the ground as possible!
And again… trying not to get the camera wet this time!
And finally, with this photo I was simply trying to fit the whole of my parents house into one shot. I really want to take alot more shots of buildings and structures, I really enjoy the way the lens distorts what are normally straight lines.