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Old Jul 11, 2008, 4:23 PM   #1
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Old Jul 14, 2008, 2:51 AM   #2
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The ultra wide angle in #2 gives such a'in the bottle'feel to pic. #2!!, containig the foliage, the pond, thetemple, the hillsand a lot of sky: )If only the apartment blocks behind the temple were cloned out! I also liked the decent use of shallow DOF in #1..
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Great shots, #2 being my favorite, i also like the DOF in #1
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Old Jul 14, 2008, 8:38 PM   #4
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Here some comment i get from other forum that i want to share with your guys

""this is a bad example of using a fish-eye lens !!!

note the framing was not aligned with the either the horizontal nor the vertical plane.The alignment seemed to be shot at random.Thus the outcome pic became tilted and distorted severely.

The content of the pic was relatively antique and classic.A relatively plain and subtle appeal may be more suitable for this type of work.

Where is the main theme btw ?

I hope you don't mind my sincere comments on your work"""



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Old Jul 15, 2008, 12:53 AM   #5
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highschloser wrote:
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Here some comment i get from other forum that i want to share with your guys

""this is a bad example of using a fish-eye lens !!!

note the framing was not aligned with the either the horizontal nor the vertical plane.The alignment seemed to be shot at random.Thus the outcome pic became tilted and distorted severely.

The content of the pic was relatively antique and classic.A relatively plain and subtle appeal may be more suitable for this type of work.

Where is the main theme btw ?

I hope you don't mind my sincere comments on your work"""



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Well i would assume that he is talking about the last picture nothing a little PP can fix hope you don't mind.
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Old Jul 15, 2008, 2:23 AM   #6
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highschloser wrote:
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Here some comment i get from other forum that i want to share with your guys

""this is a bad example of using a fish-eye lens !!!

note the framing was not aligned with the either the horizontal nor the vertical plane.The alignment seemed to be shot at random.Thus the outcome pic became tilted and distorted severely.

The content of the pic was relatively antique and classic.A relatively plain and subtle appeal may be more suitable for this type of work.

Where is the main theme btw ?

I hope you don't mind my sincere comments on your work"""



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Dear mate, I know it's not my place to comment on someone else's comment, but Ican say that there seemsto be some truth in his/her saying actually! Iwrote about what I liked about the first two pictures with a littlesuggestion of clonning out. Fisheye has a world of its own with its admirers, about which, sadly,Ihave'thad much hands on experience!But judging from some amazing examples I've seen,I know it's a great way to go when doneknowingly as with any other technique.

Well, when it comes to distortion correction,if necessary, having used both PS and Corel Paintshop, I find the PTLens unrivalled!! Ah, if only my trial version didn't expire ; ) Btw, I must also say I appreciate Hercules's effort!

Just keep on posting : )






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Old Jul 15, 2008, 2:12 PM   #7
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thx for the edit, hercules.

i think the frameing of my pic is not good orginally, may need to try again next time

copy to bahadir,

mainly i am using nikon capture nx for the foto editing.

fish eye is quite hard to use ha:-)
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fish eye is quite hard to use ha:-)
How wide isthe fisheye you are using here?
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