Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Benchista, Mar 15, 2011.
Minack Theatre, Cornwall
Now wondering if I know anyone nearby that owns a fisheye lens I could borrow for a few days...
Munich, Town Hall Square
[personal question] how big is it Nick[/personal question]
Old Customs House, Boston
Interior of Guggenheim Museum, New York
Can we have some location details with these?
By some river in Morocco near a tiny village.
Yup - I'll edit it in later.
THe one of hte Merrick Threatre shows that there is a very good place for fisheyes, which are rarely put to such good use.
Thank you. Really enjoying them
St Peter's, Rome
White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
'e's really rubbin it in ain't 'e
Cheers, (envious) MIKE
It's my Canon 15mm Fisheye on full frame. As might be guessed from the locations, it's the first lens I pack whenever I go anywhere - not the one I use most, but I do love it. I've had it about 10 years ago, and bought it second-hand then, so it doesn't owe me much.
Okay, okay, so you can take an ultra wide angle photo...jeez! ( tenuous Steve Vai related quote!)
Seriously, this is not my cup of tea, 60s album covers aside. HOWEVER, the trees are fab, as is the Boston one, as is the Guggenheim one, a is.... Well you get my drift.
Top stuff Nick.
I thought I had all the lenses I needed... Oh no......!
Munich Town Hall Square...would that be the Marienplatz?
It would, memory gone earlier.
A Steve Vai fan...not often one of us crops up...
For you small sensor types ....
A Fisheye Portrait
with a Tokina 10-17.
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