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    No modification in Photoshop apart from cropping off the excess black zone and autolevels, mild sharpener to recover detail lost in the scanning process.

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    AWESOME!!


    Is that your shadow at the bootom of teh 2nd pix?
    hhehehhee

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    looks like the xmas deco balls...
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    7mm fish eye?

    i like the first one...look like a gaint wheel
    Last edited by Wai; 19th December 2002 at 01:42 AM.

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    bend it like Beckham....
    Great shots btw wat lens/fisheye is that?

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    AWESOME!!

    Is that your shadow at the bootom of teh 2nd pix?
    hhehehhee
    Its one of the tripod legs which is a real problem when using fisheye lenses.


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    It's the Sigma 8mm/4 fisheye. It's a lot smaller than the one I usually use.
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    Originally posted by Ian

    It's the Sigma 8mm/4 fisheye. It's a lot smaller than the one I usually use.
    I guess u have to shoot from low ground, pointing upwards in order to get the effect for 2nd pic??

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    When I was there a few years ago, the christmas deco was the same every year? Looks like it still remain the same. Ian?

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    Originally posted by Wai


    I guess u have to shoot from low ground, pointing upwards in order to get the effect for 2nd pic??
    Guess again, height was around 5 feet.

    Originally posted by Mocha
    When I was there a few years ago, the christmas deco was the same every year? Looks like it still remain the same. Ian?
    There's slight varience each year but it's pretty static. I normally only shoot it about once every 3 years.
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    Originally posted by Ian


    Guess again, height was around 5 feet.
    hmm...5ft ...but not parallel to the ground rite?

    if not, will u still get the distortion effect??
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    Originally posted by Wai


    hmm...5ft ...but not parallel to the ground rite?

    if not, will u still get the distortion effect??
    Not parallel, tilted back at about 20 degrees or so.

    Circular Fisheyes will still give heavy distortion even when parralel to the horizon due to their coverage and the way they 'map' the image to film.
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