Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by woodsac, Jan 18, 2007.
Figured it was time I took the fisheye outside
@#%!# Bravo man.... that is spectacular.
Is there a reason why part of it is grayscale?
makes me a bit dizzy, but I love it. you have such a great eye! (oops - no punn intended there)
Storm clouds moving in...
wow, very nice :thumbup:
Good God Man! I knew you'd make good use of this. Fantastic shot. So unusual for a fisheye shot. so much in the shot but pulls together so well :hail:
I may be wrong but I think it's supposed to represent autumn, hence the title ... and the fisheye (too much brown acid I recon )
Wow, Very Nice!
awesome job woody, :thumbup: man you certainly expanded your lens collection last year didnt ya?!
That is totally awesome. How cool.........
I was kind of unsure of this one. The color was supposed to represent the different seasons. But, I didn't convert to grayscale. Castrol is right, there was a storm moving in. It started snowing about 45 minutes later.
The lens is so wide, that I caught the blue sky on one side, and the dark cloouds in front of the sun on the other. I think because the sun was so bright peeking through the clouds, it put a high contrast on them. The sun had just came up about 30 minutes before this, so it still had a nice golden hue to it.
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