Have You Tried Out A Lensball Before?

The Refractique team want you to be inspired by the magic and beauty of lensball photography and so, over the next week, they'll be sharing a series of informative blogs on how you can use a lensball creatively.

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A Lensball acts as a cool 180-degree external wide-angle lens which is brilliant for all forms of photography - it adds creativity to all forms of photography. 

It is especially popular among landscape photographers due to the wide-angle however it's been used in all forms of photography including street photography as with the example shown here. 


Street Art Through A Lensball


Refractique will be sharing a series of Lensball Photography tips over the coming days which will hopefully inspire your creative photography. 

If you want to grab one quickly they are UK based so just check out their website or click on the relevant link based on your location from the below. Plus, you can save 12% on your Lensball purchase by using the code: ephotozine at the checkout. 

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The Lensball photography tips will be added to our Features & Techniques section of the site so do come back tomorrow to find out what creative advice the Refractique team has to share. 

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