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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Elberson View Post
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    You have an amazing talent for landscapes! The 2nd one is my favorite but they are all homeruns.
    +5 second shot is really cool.
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    Erno:

    I gotta agree... all are great.

    I like the foot in the shot. That is such a well known POV, and you even managed to give that a different look.
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    I guess this one counts as ultra wide, he was pretty much right on top of me and I was shooting at 16mm.

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    When I found a good deal on the Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye lens for APS-C sensor cameras (less than $200.00), I couldn't help but pull the trigger. While my main interest will always be portraiture, I've been having fun seeing the world differently through this fisheye lens.


    First Tennessee Bank Building, Cookeville, TN by budrowilson, on Flickr

    If I could change one thing about the above image, I would have shot it at f/8 rather than f/3.5. I simply wasn't paying attention and trying to grab a few shots while people weren't walking into and out of the frame. The lens performs remarkably well at f/8, but not nearly as stellar at f/3.5. Oh well. Lesson learned - I still liked the final image, even if the image quality isn't where I'd like it to be.

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    Nice to hear you're having fun with yours as well My Sigma fisheye is usable at f2.8, but I also prefer to use smaller apertures. The curved focusplane is very hard to handle I think.

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    Decided to take a trip to the Nubble Light in York, ME. since it was kinda nice out.

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    I went out last night to get the light lined up with the north star. I took getting real close and shooting at 10mm, but the moon light really lite up the scene really nice.

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    Lighthouse in the Moon Light -5692 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Wow ...looks like sunrise!

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    We rented a 16-35mm f/2.8L II for the weekend to get a feel for Ultra-Wide. Here's a few shots so far.







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