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Fisheye view of a lone Oak
Lens: DA 10-17mm fisheye Camera: K-5 Photo Location: QC, Canada ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F13.5 
Posted By: Weevil, 11-02-2014, 09:18 PM

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An excellent shot to show the many uses of a Fisheye Lens.
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Thanks ! It was hard to keep it at level I must admit !
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I think it was necessary to take the point even further, which would have been more round the horizon!

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The tree of life....!
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I think it was necessary to take the point even further, which would have been more round the horizon!
Humm... to get more rounded horizon, I think I should have been closer to the base and pointing upward at 10mm...

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Dramatic! As noted, excellent use of this lens! Thanks for sharing, makes me want a copy of this famous fisheye zoom. I have told myself the Samyang 14mm is enough, but photos like this are tempting
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Dramatic! As noted, excellent use of this lens! Thanks for sharing, makes me want a copy of this famous fisheye zoom. I have told myself the Samyang 14mm is enough, but photos like this are tempting
Really, it's a fun lens, but not easy to master !

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