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11-14-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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does this photo took with fisheye?

saw this photo online..just curious if it was shoot with fisheye?


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11-14-2011, 01:43 PM   #2
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More than likely it was shot with a fisheye.
11-14-2011, 02:18 PM   #3
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In a word YES

oddly enough it took the same correction to make the front bar streight as my samyang 8mm fisheye, for what it's worth
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Yes it was.

The curvature of all the straight lines is the giveaway.

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I think I'll have to get me one of those...seems like I'd enjoy it
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thanks..
yeah..looks like fisheye got a lot of usage....depend how creative the photographer is...
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I can only say the 10-17 is one of my most satisfying lenses. Indoors, in tight spaces, it's invaluable.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TER-OR Quote
I can only say the 10-17 is one of my most satisfying lenses. Indoors, in tight spaces, it's invaluable.
Depends on what the tight space is. Sometimes the DA10-17 (the lens that drove me to Pentax) to exploit angles, sometimes the Tamron 10-24 to stretch angles. The bendy stuff vs the straight stuff, both great in their place.

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I may have to look for the Tamron, maybe rent it somewhere.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TER-OR Quote
I may have to look for the Tamron, maybe rent it somewhere.
I got mine with an XMas discount coupon last December so it was US$375 shipped. Such a deal! Whatever you buy, be sure it's from a seller with a no-questions return-refund policy. I hear less of people getting bad copies of the Tammy than of Sigma UWAs but still, it's best to be prudent. We aren't married to our purchases. Divorce is easy. Whew!
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