Morning Shadows

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  1. Canon Fan

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    They're very nice canonfan. I like the B&W and was the last shot taken with a fish eye or did you just manage to get a really weird perspective going?
     
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    Actually both of these were shot (once again) with my el cheapo eBay wide angle .42x converter lense, mounted on a Canon 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 EF USM @ 30mm (effectively 30x.42x1.6= 20mm) It does give quite the fisheye effect as the distorion of the converter is horrid. I'm just trying to get better at using it to my advantage and I though this was an interesting subject.

    In PS I converted them using the red channel only and a bit of curves adjustment. Also a little vignetting was added using a PT lens plug-in and USM to crispen the lines a bit.

    Thanks for the comp and taking the time to look :D
     
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    i like #2. the time of day was perfect for this allowing the shadows to create a dramatic mood. nice work. :thumbup:
     
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    I am a big fan of morning/evening long shadows , very good!
     

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