minniev wrote: ↑Sun May 27, 2018 3:38 pmFisheye street! Very cool Dave. And yes, the fisheye adds drama and interest. Careful focus and deliberate placement of the most severe area of the effect keeps it from looking crazy the way most fisheye shots of people do.davechinn wrote: ↑Tue May 22, 2018 3:06 pmI thought I would get ahead of myself for week #18 and post at the beginning of the week rather than the end.
Sunday I addended a benefit for a local DJ that recently past. I felt I needed to get out while there may be a photo opportunity of my interests. I know some or most may not care or like the results of a fisheye lens. There are only certain times or I should say certain composed images that have much of an impact, so I don't use it often, but it's there when I need or want to use it. I felt this image fell in the range of effectiveness. Yes, no? It's all an opinion and understandable. What is your opinion?
I may never master this lens, but I will have some fun trying. Fisheye street may be a new genre for me? I do realize the fisheye is not for every image, but I will continue to look for possibilities.