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Thread: Old Banyan Tree, Devanahalli, another view

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    Default Old Banyan Tree, Devanahalli, another view

    Another view of the tree posted earlier.

    EOS400D, Sigma 8mm, ISO 100 on Aperture Priority @ f8.

    Thanks for looking, c & c welcome.

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    Last edited by AB Apana; 03-08-2009 at 03:51 PM. Reason: Original image had a very large copyright notice

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    This looks good. The partially visible branch on the right is a bit distracting, will croping it work?
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    Mrudul,

    Good point. I would have not seen this had you not pointed it out. Here is he version with the crop.

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    Apana,
    Interesting perspective. The repost looks better without the partially visible hanging root at the right.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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    The repost looks better. The increased contrast gives a dense feel. I have no clue about fisheye photography... Maybe you can post a tutorial on the same...
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    Bibhav,

    It's all in the lens. An 8mm lens will give you a full 180 degree field of view on a full frame camera. It is called a fisheye lens because the front element of the lens bulges out, resembling the eye of a goldfish.

    Canon does not make a fisheye lens but Sigma does:

    http://www.sigmaphoto.com/lenses/len...sp?navigator=4

    Apana

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    Do you get the circular shapes in the raw image itself? how do you stretch it into a sphere or a landscape pic (Ref. Your blog)
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    Whether RAW or JPEG the image on a full frame camera will be circular. The images on my blog are not circular since they are shot on 40D or 400D cameras, both of which use an APS-C size sensor. The landscapes are plain unaltered landscapes.

    Apana

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