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06-22-2013, 09:24 PM - 3 Likes   #16
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Here's two I've posted on other threads. I really have to use this lens more.

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how many people take pictures of their fat fingers or their camera straps...still trying to get used to the wide angle
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Got mine today, but think it's defective since there's this flesh tone color on the lower left of several of my first shots.
Did the dog shot right away.


Then the house.


etc.




the mentioned flesh tone shows on this one.


Hopefully my next postings will be more on par with the fine examples above mine.
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Flashes of flesh from fingers and feet frequently frustrate fish-eye fiends.
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Flashes of flesh from fingers and feet frequently frustrate fish-eye fiends.
That really is so true!

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Best fun lens ever!

This lens is really fun to use, you just need to get used to hide your fingers and straps and proper focussing. =D
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how many people take pictures of their fat fingers or their camera straps...still trying to get used to the wide angle
all the time, mostly my shoes.
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Looks like a great little lens. However in the UK I can only find one for about 120 (say $185). I suppose since I got my Q kit for a very cheap price I can't complain too badly but it's over my psychological "what the heck I'll buy it" threshold (round about 80 currently!)
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QuoteOriginally posted by pearsaab Quote
how many people take pictures of their fat fingers or their camera straps...still trying to get used to the wide angle
Oh, you mean like this one?



I couldn't resist the 03 any longer and mine arrived today. Of course I had to try it out, even if on something completely uninspiring (though I like the shot in spite of the extra body part). I think I'm going to have to find a big, thick rubber band to deal with the focus issue, I have trouble telling if distant things are in focus (close things are OK) and its easy to knock off the mid-point and get infinity out of focus.

A couple of other shots from this evening:







Its going to take some getting used to, but I think I'll enjoy playing around with this lens.
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Oh, you mean like this one?



I couldn't resist the 03 any longer and mine arrived today. Of course I had to try it out, even if on something completely uninspiring (though I like the shot in spite of the extra body part). I think I'm going to have to find a big, thick rubber band to deal with the focus issue, I have trouble telling if distant things are in focus (close things are OK) and its easy to knock off the mid-point and get infinity out of focus.

A couple of other shots from this evening:







Its going to take some getting used to, but I think I'll enjoy playing around with this lens.
looks like you are a much faster learner than me
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