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8 Top Images Given A Fisheye Twist

Here are 8 examples of how a fisheye lens can be used to create a different perspective in images.

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As well as having practical uses, fisheye lenses can be a lot of fun. The distortion produced by this type of lens allows the user to take interesting, quirky shots of everyday objects, turning what can be quite simple shots into top creative captures. Plus, you don't have to own a fisheye lens for your DSLR to have a go at this technique as there are plenty of gadgets out there that will turn your Smart Phone images into fish-eye masterpieces. Here are 8 top examples of fisheye photography that you can take some inspiration from next time you're out with a really wide-angle lens. 

 

Fisheye Trees

 

Fisheye Buildings

 

Fisheye Dog

 

Fisheye Lanterns

 

Fisheye Portrait

 

Church fisheye

 

Dog fisheye

 

Fisheye buildings

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altitude50 17 21.9k United Kingdom
30 Oct 2021 10:18AM
I have a Meike 6.5mm fisheye for Sony. I use it occasionally and I find that the challenge is keeping parts of the body out of the way.
Interiors are spoilt with shoes or knees getting into the frame. A number of 'arty' airshow shots of parked aircraft have been spoiled with fingers creeping in.
I tried getting a circular image of the walls of Framlinngham castle, leave the camera in the courtyard facing the sky set the self timer and run away! Not a great success.
But it has its uses, I quite like the picture of the washing machine drum that I made. (In my portfolio.)

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