Monday, February 11, 2008

Fisheye Meeting Street


I told myself that I was going to play around with my fisheye attachment while in Charleston (SC), but I only took this one view outside the Gibbes Art Museum. It's not a great shot but it's interesting.

7 comments:

Heidi said...

LOVE the photos of Charleston! Especially the ones of the doorfronts!

Joanna said...

It's making me dizzzzzzzyyyyyyy.

luca tempe said...

this foto is amazing

Tracy A. Toler said...

what kind of fisheye attachment?

Rick Lee said...

"what kind of fisheye attachment?"

A number of years ago I had a Nikon Coolpix camera... I think it was a model 950, the type that swiveled in the middle if you recall the cameras. Anyway, I bought a 180 degree fisheye attachment for that camera so that I could make those IPIX 360 degree VR photos. The attachment screwed on the front of the 950. I gave away that old Nikon 950 years ago but I kept the fisheye. A few weeks ago it occurred to me that I could use it with my Fuji F30. The Fuji has no screw threads but if you hold it up against the lens it works just the same way.

Anna said...

ME LIKEY. :) NICE SHOT!

Imagesmith said...

Can you see the future with that thing? hehehe