Whoah, those are awesome! I love how having them on white brings a different look - I'm so used to seeing fisheye shots on black. I am looking at getting the Fisheye eventually, it seems like such a cool cam, but I just got the Lomo LC-A+, so that's gonna be my tool of choice for a while.
So are most of these shots from Lomo cameras? Lomo and other "fun" film cameras (like the ones on fredflare.com) intrigue me, but I don't have the money right now for them.
Yes, some are from Lomo cameras, but there are some from other obscure places and niches, like the Robot 3 and the Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim.
I started college with film, transitioned to digital and now I'm kind of delving back into film. Digital is great, but there's just something exciting about taking a picture and not reviewing it on a screen!
Save up some cash or ask for a camera for the holidays, they're loads of fun!
I love how having them on white brings a different look - I'm so used to seeing fisheye shots on black.
I put them on white so they blend into Flickr's white background. I suppose I should make versions with a yellow background to blend into Micechat, too.
I also have a Holga, but I'm retiring it. Between film, processing and scanning, 12 shots cost about $20 and I never was very excited about the results. The fisheye is a lot more fun, and perfect for Disneyland where I don't want to be worrying about taking serious photos.
I took this a while ago, took my camera on rides...and I took this gem. I REALLY liked the way it turned out! I have been wanting to post this picture on this thread for a while, but couldn't find it, finally had to search for the thread! lol