This one's for Theo4image - I did lay down flat on my back for this one, Theo, so I hope you like it!
No. 5 in my series, taken with my fisheye lens in a rather unusual German museum (see the description of the first shot in the series).
This is the ceiling in one of the many little buildings the museum has divided it's collections over. This particular building was empty at the time, but I didn't mind that at all!
Again, if you see specks, it's real dust on a real roof, and not on my sensor, and also not noise!
Why did I present it like this? Initially, I wanted to rotate and crop it to get it straight. But that was going to result in a lot of image loss, and then I thought: why not rotate it but not crop it, and have a black background instead, and no border? And lo and behold, that worked quite well, I think.
Comments and mods welcome, as always.
Thanks for looking,
|Camera:||Canon EOS 20D |
|Lens:||Zenitar 16 mm 2.8 fisheye |
|Recording media:||Digital 200 ISO|