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Fisheye Driftwood



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The trick to using a full-frame fisheye lens is to put the most prominent line -- usually the horizon -- through the center of the frame. This keeps the horizon straight, and makes the fisheye effect almost unnoticeable.

But it also makes for boring photos! So I tilt the lens down, causing the horizon to bow upward, but also giving the wonderful, weathered Oregon driftwood the prominence it deserves.


Category: Deadwood,Effects,Seascape,Vista,Water
Updated: 2004-11-08 21:20:16

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