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Old Jun 18, 2010, 4:39 PM   #1
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Default Tried the Fisheye effect in my D5000!

I tried the fisheye effect in my D5000 for the first time. I think it is pretty cool. What do you think of it?

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Old Jun 18, 2010, 4:50 PM   #2
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A more important question might be: What does your subject think of it?
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A more important question might be: What does your subject think of it?
Itīs my stepson! He thinks the photo is cool. And why is that more important?

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Such effects you can create with EACH camera (named postprocessing). It isn't necessary to have a Nikon.
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D5000, waw. Nice pic mate
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Such effects you can create with EACH camera (named postprocessing). It isn't necessary to have a Nikon.
Hello!

This is a completely unessecery post. Of course you can do this with a shot taken with every camera and a post processing software. But not every camera have this effect built in it. Nikon D5000 has it, and I tried it. I also thought it became a cool pic and wanted to show to those that have a D5000 and havenīt tried this yet.
I know you donīt have to have a Nikon to create this effect, and I have never said that either. But this is the Nikon part of the forum so I donīt understand your post at all.

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D5000, waw. Nice pic mate
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Glad you liked it

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