Fisheye Beach

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  1. fmw

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    A fisheye lens can add an eerie character to a Lake Michigan beach at sunset.

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    Man thats WIDE, you can almost see down both sides of the beach.
     
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    CLAPS!!!
    what a DOF! n color accent...that's great
     
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    I never been there, but it has a very different look with the waves.
     
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    The full frame fisheyes are 180 degrees measured across the diagonal of the frame. So you don't see a circlular image but you sure get a wide view. You can't point down very far without including your feet in the frame.
     
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    Thanks. The lens has a focusing ring but it isn't really very necessary. About everything is in decent focus at any f stop.
     
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    neat shot... :thumbup:
     
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    Good work, Looks very calm and relaxed to me.
     
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    Very nice colors.
     
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    very nice I assume this is from your new 10.5?
     
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    No, it was a 16mm fisheye nikkor on a Nikon F100 shot on Fuji Velvia 100. Same design for a larger format.
     
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    like it, really must get a fisheye instead of borrowing the one from work all the time
     

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