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    Post your best ultra wide/fisheye shots!

    I did a quick look and didnt see any thread like this, so I figured "Why not?"
    I just got a new toy, a Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 and have been playing around with it a bit.
    I'll start off with the image that inspired me to make this. I am fully prepared to be blown out of the water by the rest of you guys shots.

    (top and bottom slightly cropped)

    Last edited by DavidWare; 02-02-2013 at 05:54 PM.

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    Rokinon 8mm FE

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    Mark, is that de-fished in PP?

    Nice shots both of you (i'll find some with my 8-16 soon)
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.
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    Here is mine. 17mm on full frame. River Walk San Antonio, Tx

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    It's funny this thread starts just when I got my UWA. I got pics with my new 17-40 f/4 L this weekend. I'll post some of them on my Flickr during the week (and maybe here too).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    Mark, is that de-fished in PP?

    Nice shots both of you (i'll find some with my 8-16 soon)
    Nope. No de-fishing. If you keep the Roki 8mm level, there really is no FE effect. Tilt just a tiny bit up or down and you'll get all kinds of curvy horizons.
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    These were taken with a Sigma 10-20 mm. The first is my fovorite shot because it got me excited about landscapes and was taken a couple of years ago with a focal length of 14 mm. The second one was from last Fall with a focal length of 10 mm so I could get the lighthouse and reflection in the same frame as the rainbow.


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    Roki 14mm f2.8





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    Great shots everyone, I particularly like the lighthouse one.

    Here's another one I got using my Tokina at 11mm


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    Snowed in up here in New Hampshire, decided to clean up a bit. Dug these out of my seabag, they haven't been touched since I was in Afghanistan, in fact there is still some dirt from there on one of the toes.


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