Tonight I have another fisheye photo. This one really takes advantage of the surroundings to bend them all into a circle.
Of all the lenses available I think the fisheye is the most fun to play with. In my opinion the lens is a great addition to your lens collection. Be careful not to overuse it as it can loose some of its “luster” if used too often.
This one was shot with a Nikon 10.5mm fisheye on a D300.
Hope you enjoy!
Todays post comes to you from Rehoboth Cemetery. I found this cemetery while out for a ride and stopped by to see what was there. What I found was these really old graves sites and some amazing photo opportunities. This one was shot using a fisheye lens and my converted D100 Nikon for the infrared.
On a side note, I can’t wait to get out with the IR camera again.
Tonights post is a photo I took in Pittsburgh of one of its beautiful churches. I used a fisheye lens to get a different perspective and just got lucky with the woman walking through the frame. I wonder how many times she has walked by this church and never took a moment to admire the beauty of the church.
Hope you enjoy.
Tonight’s’ post is a shot from Pittsburgh on Fifth Avenue. I like to work with slow motion when shooting on the streets in the city. I’ve been working on a series of photos all shot in the streets of the city.
This one is using a fisheye lens and slow shutter speed to get the motion of the business lady crossing the street.
As I sit here and glance over at the thermometer it currently reads 25 degrees and falling. So continuing with the “I wish it was warmer” theme. I’m posting a photo I took this past summer in Ohiopyle State Park. For this shot I used a D300 and a fisheye lens. I then made adjustments in Lightroom 4 and Photoshop.
So here’s to warmer weather, bicycle rides, and relaxing in the sun.