On March 27, 2016, I walked around Victoria with a camera full of Lomography100ISO film, Here are some of the photos I took that day:
I've been enjoying my clip on lenses a little too much.
Here's a selection of my comparative macro fun.
Some time over the last couple days, I broke 50000 views on Panoramio. I don't know if that's a milestone, but it sounds cool.
They haven't updated their "view on map" thing for a couple years. Alas.
15 weeks ago, according to Instagram, I received this 235° clip-on lens in the mail. It has been a dear, convenient companion since then. Although I've posted a few photos to this blog where I've used the lens before, I'm really pleased with how some of these photos turned out. So here they are.
I've had to repair it a few times; once it slowly unscrewed itself, and recently I dropped it and the lenses inside got all misaligned. However, it's a sort-of soothing thing to repair, so I don't mind.
It really is an excellent little accessory and has created some memorable photos, especially in family situations (which I do not post online). It's fun to be able to capture a photo that gathers light fromt he entire room.
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