Iris van Liempt

Video: how to make a reverse globular lens

thursday 31 March 2016, 11:22 by | 5355 times read | 0 comments

Frenchman Mathieu Stern has a youtube channel on which he posts regular videos on photography. The topic: 'weird lens challenges'. A few days ago, he posted a video in which he shows how you can create a reverse globular lens.

For the video, he used an MIR-1B lens, a cheap Russian lens that costs about 45 dollars. The end result of this project was also posted on youtube, and it's actually quite inspiring!

Iris van Liempt

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Iris started photography in 2012 and found a real passion in photography. She's attending the New York Institute of Photography and studies psychology.


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