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Took these of the back yard last evening.

1. With a 14/2.5.

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2. With a 7.5/3.5 fish-eye.

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Hot tip of the day from Ron "when you go to sell your home, photography the backyard with a fisheye!". :)
 

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Except for the tracks in the lawn I can't tell it's a fisheye. Keeping the horizon centered helped I guess.
 

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Yeah the distortion on that fisheye is really low! Nice!
 

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Ron, maybe you oughtta' sink a tall post into the back yard and make some kind of mount or receptacle for that fisheye and your favorite camera body, and do a four-seasons kinda thing...would love to see that view of the back yard when all the leaves are gone, and also some when the whole place is covered in six feet of snow this January!
 

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I like them, the fisheye in particular.
 
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Ron, maybe you oughtta' sink a tall post into the back yard and make some kind of mount or receptacle for that fisheye and your favorite camera body, and do a four-seasons kinda thing...would love to see that view of the back yard when all the leaves are gone, and also some when the whole place is covered in six feet of snow this January!

Shot these from our balcony; I will have to remember to re-shoot as requested.
 

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