January 25, 2010

A New World through “Eyes of Fish”

Engagement Nature

It’s always fun to use fisheye to shoot landscape or wedding/engagement photos. The fisheye lens takes in an extremely wide, hemispherical image and creates unique, distorted appearance, which suggests the curve of the Earth. Through adjusting the depth of aperture, we can create a different level of curve.

Here is our beautiful downtown Orlando through “eyes of fish”. Isn’t that interesting?

It’s also interesting to use fisheye lens for engagement or wedding photos, the lens creates a special effort of imaging two person in love and their harmony relationship with the world around them.

Fisheye lens always give us surprise in photography shooting. It’s one must-carry lens for almost any types of photography.

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