Hello DTmers,I know some of you likes my pictures because they're not so "conventional" I try to include people or have shots from weird places/locations with my fisheye lens.I've uploaded few pictures of my recent trip in Brittany (France) and the one below are the first ones to get approved.Do you like them? Yes? So don't forget to check out my gallery!!! In the next days many other will be online too so don't forget to get back to check them out!!! continue reading
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Hi,Like any other photography enthusiastic it was clear to me that my vacation in NY will include a trip to B&H (actually there were 3 of those trips :) ).Since the last lens I purchased was ~ 3 years ago I knew I won't be able to hold myself from buying a new one.For some times now I had my eyes on the Nikon 10.5mm F2.8 fisheye, but it was very expensive where I live.I found a perfect condition second handed lens in B&H which made the decision real easy for me.I know a lot... continue reading
Before leaving on our spring break vacation to Florida, on kind of a whim after some of the Micro 4/3 banter on the Dreamstime blog, I bought myself a fisheye lens to bring along.Doesn't every photographer have a secret wish to use a fisheye lens at somepoint?There is something so exotic about that superwide effect.For most situations its not a very practical lens to use but for those special occasions it provides the perfect effect.Especially with interiors or when you need to get really... continue reading
Here is my first image approved with a new lens, the Pro-optic 8mm f/3.5 fisheye.It is a remarkable lens in a few regards:1. Price.At $250 this lens is almost as cheap as the nifty fifty, yet adds a view to your kit that is impossible to achieve otherwise.2. Solid build.Surprisingly, it is well built.Nothing wobbles.3. Manual controls.At first this seems a shame, but with a fisheye you really can't focus by eye anyways - just a quick glance at the distance scale and you are in business.... continue reading
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