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Old Jan 5, 2013, 3:21 AM   #11
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I had been to this bridge before several years ago. I don't remember the wood flooring on the bridge is that color, They must have stained the wood planks after my visit. Nice and sharp images!
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I wasn't aware that they made a 3.5mm fisheye lens.
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For shots #1,2 and 4, I used the Rokinon 3.5 Fisheye on the OM-D. Shot #3 was taken with the same camera and the 45mm f1.8

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Old Jan 5, 2013, 8:55 AM   #13
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I wasn't aware that they made a 3.5mm fisheye lens.
Please read 7.5mm

However, 3.5 will be cool ... But there is no way you will not be in the picture. It is hard enough with the 7.5mm to not see your hands, knees or feet on the shot
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BTW, according to Wikipedia, those are Douglas Fir trees (it seems that the Jack Pine trees are not in the West Coast).
....it is obviously not pine (lol). I should have recognized the foliage difference.
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Old Jan 5, 2013, 3:42 PM   #15
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And I should have went there with a long lens ... since a bunch of Bald Eagles were resting about 150 feet from me !
That is a travesty
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Nice series; well done.
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Old Jan 8, 2013, 8:40 AM   #17
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Please read 7.5mm

However, 3.5 will be cool ... But there is no way you will not be in the picture. It is hard enough with the 7.5mm to not see your hands, knees or feet on the shot
f/3.5.

Just pretend that that's what you meant all along.
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And I should have went there with a long lens ... since a bunch of Bald Eagles were resting about 150 feet from me !
if you had your long lens, some clown would have started bouncing on the bridge whenever you lifted the camera to your eye
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