In a lot of ways I prefer this shot to yesterday's, despite its more obvious use of the fisheye effect. In particular I like its surreal feel and the interplay between the various curved and what would have been straight lines. Also, what was interesting about this shot, that I hadn't anticipated, was that it was impossible not to get the window in the frame. The angle of view of this lens continues to surprise me.

As always though, let me know what you think.

Oh, and try this one with the black theme.

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9.09am on 21/2/05
Canon 20D
Peleng 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye
f/8.0
1/160
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+0.0
evaluative
100
no
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C1 Pro
LensFix conversion
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