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    News & Rum-or-ator opus's Avatar
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    Jul 2004
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    Toy Camera - fisheye

    (I really thought there was a forum specifically designated for toy cameras. I guess I was wrong.)

    Here are a couple from the first roll out of my fisheye Holga:

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    Learning more with every "click" mjs1973's Avatar
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    Re: Toy Camera - fisheye

    Fisheyes are so fun to play with. I took a few shots with mine this weekend. There isn't a dedicated forum for toy cameras, but there is a dedicated gallery for them here.

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    Co-Moderator, Photography as Art forum megan's Avatar
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    Planet Megan - Astoria, NY

    Re: Toy Camera - fisheye

    Very cool, I especially like the band shot.

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    Ex-Modster Old Timer's Avatar
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    Re: Toy Camera - fisheye

    Nice little break with reality photography. Fisheyes can be great fun to play with. The tongue shot is classic. My 12-24 DX lens mounted on the full frame body gives some very interesting effects at 12mm as well. I'll have to post a few.
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??

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