the farmhouse...

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  1. spako

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    I received my fisheye on friday and headed out to an abandoned farnhouse today... here are the two shots I like best ... hope you like them.. there are some more shots here, feel free to take a look ;-)



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    WOW!!! The second one is awesome, so gritty and awesome...
     
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    All too much of the same color, and I don't think the fisheye works for these photos.
     
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    I like the bland look along with the decay. It seems so emotional and lost. The use of the fisheye for these shots adds some interest and has a place. I would like to see it done with maybe an 18mm or 28mm prime as well but it works any way imho.
     
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    Love both shots!!
     
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    i think it the eyefish works perfectly with the second!
    really nice photo
     

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