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DA 10-17mm Fisheye Zoom Summer storm clouds near Brush Valley, Pennsylvania. Pentax K5iis.

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645D and Arsat 30mm f 3.5 fisheye

645D and Arsat 30mm f 3.5 fisheye using P6-P645 adapter, a great performer for the price, maybe 10% of the comparable Hasselblad 30mm f 3.5 LS lens, both with Zeiss connections.
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I posted an alternative version of this on the abstracts thread. Taken with a circular fisheye (>180 degrees) inside a plastic "Slinky."
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I really like the seascape and also the cactus. Using the white frameline around the night cactus was a good choice. It creates almost a diorama or Faberge egg kind of peeking experience.


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Hi,
I've been owing y'all this post forquite a while. I found the forum around the time I got my diagonal180 fisheye (Samyang 7.5mm for MFT). That was back at the beginningof 2015. The forum was good enough that I went back and read it fromthe start, and have followed it ever since. So, yes, I have read all243 pages. There is some good art in this forum. As one of you said awhile back, the forum is wonderful for showing that fisheyes are goodfor more than “making the nose of your dog look weird.”


Pentax? I had a K1000 from 1983 until Iwent digital just after the turn of the millennium. My first fisheyewas an add on adapter, the Raynox DCR-FE180 PRO .24x. I got thataround 2005. On the 28mm equivalent wide end of my Minolta Dimage A1,that gave me a 180 horizontal image. Same fov when I went to FourThirds and then Micro Four Thirds. This is the round sides, flat topand bottom image. I see a few such images here on Fisheye Fever. WhatI don't see much (any?) of is what I prefer to do with such croppedimages. I do an oval mask. I like the result a lot better than theraw “parentheses” shape ( ). As it stands, I'll use the oocparentheses shape for first-pass selections, but the firstpost-processing a good image gets is to get the oval mask. I like itenough that I occasionally use it on images from my diagonal 180Samyang 7.5.


So here are a few such pictures fromthe archives as a thanks to all of you. …


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Haven't taken a lot of FE pictures lately, this one if from a recent two-day ferry passage to Iceland.
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Interior of a typical Irish farmhouse. Taken at a "living museum" where there were numerous examples to buildings, crafts, etc. The walls of these buildings are stone so they endure in the countryside long after they've been abandoned (too often because of eviction), but the thatched roof is ephemeral. BTW: Notice the big willow-ware platter at the left. I wondered how many of the hardscrabble people had such dinnerware.
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