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[OT] Fun with the Fisheye

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Guest, Jun 5, 2007.

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    just playing around with my friends fisheye lens last night [​IMG] will have more pics later [​IMG]

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    Re: Fun with the Fisheye (Krayzie)

    Makes me dizzy. Can you do that long exposure thing with cars coming to and fro on the dies? Would make a cool desktop.

    Just becareful, not sure where you'd have to park to get that effect.
     
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    Re: Fun with the Fisheye (rookie)

    i didnt quite get what you were thinking of rookie...please explain and ill see what i can do [​IMG]
     
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    You know some pics will have the tail lights of a car trailing during the capture? Pretty sure it's a long exposure. If you did the same picture with tailights and or headlights on either side with that effect if would be cool looking.

    Don't mind me just rambling, I get weird after eating.
     
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    Re: (rookie)

    i know what you thinking rookie. next time im out taking pics ill try it.

    heres another one before i leave for school...

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    Very cool shot. What type of fish-lens?
     
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    haha nice pics! man in the last pictures its seriously dark...how early do you leave for school lol
     
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    Re: (LeBron23)

    LeBron23: its called a 'PeLeng' its a Russian made lens and is full manual. Its very cheep compared to normal fisheye lenses, so that means no autofocus, nothing. Its not my lens but my friends and you can get it in Canon or Nikon mount. http://www.pauck.de/marco/phot....html

    Brown_fv: we took those pics the night before View attachment 117135
     
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    Re: (Krayzie)

    Thanks for the info on Fisheye lens.