Warming up

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  1. ernie

    ernie TPF Noob!

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    shot around noon so pretty harsh shadows, plus i've never tried a crop from a fisheye shot before, but i like the result none the less

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    i like it as well, i think its really cool and something different.
     
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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice shot. Great quality all around.
     
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    Kind of looks like Conan O'Brien walking up on the left....
     
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    Nah, his hair isn't big enough.

    Nice shot.
     
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    What a cool geometric retro look. Wonderful!!!
     
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    thanks for the comments! this picture was actually taken randomly: camera draped around neck and finger on the shutter, snapping away randomly at everything remotely interesting. you can get away with that with a fisheye, it's so wide angle (10.5mm) people never expect to be in the picture (you get stuff in frame that's less than a meter away). so you can get in close without people ever putting their guard up because there's a camera nearby. it's great.

    and i have no idea about the conan o'brien thing, he's not that known in europe.
     

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