Two things.

First: if you're getting bored with the fisheye stuff then I'm sure the novelty will wear off soon and I'll get back to taking more 'conventional' shots. That said, I do like that you can create images that just wouldn't be possible with any other lens.

Second: I'm pondering upping the width of my images to 850px (from 800) – what do you think?

Oh, and for anyone who stopped by yesterday: there was a bit of confusion regarding whether or not yesterday's shot was a 'real' reflection or a photoshopped one. As it was the latter I've replaced the entry with the square cropped original and put the photoshopped reflection version on another page.

Update: I should have said that today's image is 850px wide, as this wasn't obvious. Also, a couple of the comments that have already been left suggest that I may have a lot of visitors who still have a screen resolution of 800x600. Obviously, upping the resolution to 850px wide would be a problem for them. So, if you do view chromasia exclusively at 800x600 could you let me know as I don't have any stats packages that give me any resolution information about my visitors.

Update: I've switched the image back to 800px wide as it seems that a wider image is going to cause problems for too many people.

capture date
camera
lens
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
flash
image quality
RAW converter
cropped?
4.44pm on 28/2/05
Canon 20D
Peleng 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye
f/5.6
1/13
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
800
no
RAW
C1 Pro
LensFix conversion + crop
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