Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Berlin By Fisheye

When I was about 17-20 my favourite photography method was always film, I didn't have a good digital camera until about 3 years ago and I just preferred to physically have a copy of my image.
I have 2 film SLRs, a few lomo's and an old Konica point and shoot but for Berlin I decided to take my fisheye as it's light, small and has a flash just incase.

Berlin as a whole was a pretty 'grey' city (the sky, buildings...) so my pictures didn't all turn out great but I got back a few snaps I love so here they are:

Drinking a 'small' German beer (it was SO BIG!).
TV Tower.
Top of the Reichstag dome. 
The Reichstag.
Our Group.
View from our balcony.
I have a few more pics from my digital camera I'd love to share in a different post. Germany was such a lovely country I keep shopping at Aldi and Lidl and buying mad Euro foods just to take me back :p

Hope your week is going well, I've been flat out can't believe it's only Tuesday! 
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10 comments :

  1. Great photos, I should really use my fisheye more!
    Rosie x | Every Word Handwritten

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  2. These are awesome. I also love having a physical photo, got so many in boxes around the house!
    xoxox

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  3. I love these Stef! I really need to get a fisheye camera! xxx

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  4. I love your fishyeye Berlin. Gorgeous. Also something a bit 70s rock magazine about it.

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  5. love this. i need to get my lomo fisheye out of my storage!

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  6. Ahh amazing pictures! I need to use mine a little more often!

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  7. I've never been to Berlin but I hear it's awesome and your fisheye perspective confirms this! I love film cameras so much, I'm currently in love with my polaroid (so expensive though!) xo

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    1. oh! awesome pictures...just love your posts ever.

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  8. I took my fisheye to Berlin too, it's a city that's meant for film! Lovely shots x

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