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Fractal Filters are faceted photo filters that turn your camera into a kaleidoscope

Fractal Filters are faceted photo filters that turn your camera into a kaleidoscope


Fractal Filters are faceted photo filters that turn your camera into a kaleidoscope 1

There’s no shortage of weird and wild photography accessories designed to add a little flair to photographs, but Fractal Filters might be one of the most interesting to hit the market in some time.

Created by Nikk Wong and originally funded on Kickstarter, Fractal Filters are creative photo filters designed to add prism-like effects to photographs using shaped and faceted glass elements.

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Currently, the Fractal Filters are sold in a ‘Classic 3 Pack’ that use the patented PrismaLed optics and unique cuts to add rainbows, reflections, and halos to photographs. The kit includes the Penrose Fractal Filter, Pascal Fractal Filter, Julia Fractal Filter, a carrying case, and a sticker.

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The filters are made to be held by hand in front of a camera lens using the three extra-large finger holes built into the aluminum frame. Wong suggest using lenses with a focal length longer than 40mm and at F5.6 or wider, but the idea is to get creative, so don’t feel limited.

In Wong’s own words, ‘Fractal Filters are designed to provide the user a unique way to look through the lens, both making difficult shooting situations easier and easy situations more spontaneous and creatively elastic.’ Below is a gallery of sample images capture with the Fractal Filters:

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The ‘Classic 3 Pack’ kit is available for $99 on Fractals’ website and includes the Penrose Fractal Filter, Pascal Fractal Filter, Julia Fractal Filter, a carrying case, and a sticker.



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