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The Chapel

By johnriley1uk  
This is shot with the new Meike 6.5mm f/2 Fisheye lens. What I liked here was the way the surrounding foliage blended in with the unused black areas on the image, the lens of course being a circular fisheye. The subject is the derelict chapel in Tyldesley Cemetery. It's an interesting lens to use, absolutely pin sharp, especially at the centre.

Tags: Landscape Landscape and travel

Voters: taggart, Tish1, Chinga and 22 more

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taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
17 Jan 2017 1:07AM
Interesting what this lens does---would be fun to play with it!

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17 Jan 2017 1:17AM
like how the edges blend in. certainly different!
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2017 2:15AM
Love the arch effect... Wonderful image John...
Isabel GrinGrin
17 Jan 2017 1:28PM
Definitely one of, or perhaps your best shot.

29 Jan 2017 12:21PM
I am surprised with your MEIKE lens . I too own the Lumix GX8 but only panasonic Leica and Olympus PRO lenses I use but surely I congratulate you for getting such photo from the meike.
Very Good

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