Chipstead in Surrey fisheye – A few days ago I posted this photo but taken with my Sigma 10-20mm. This is the same shot but with my Rokinon 8mm fisheye. Processing is different, but then I don’t think I would ever process two shots the same. The previous version was a 9 exposure, this is only 4 exposures.
Popped into Headley Heath yesterday evening to grab some sunset shots and a few night shots after dark. Here’s the sun setting over a trough.
When I was here in London my 8mm fisheye was being delivered to my house, it actually arrived 5 mins after I left my house. Would have really of loved my fisheye for these graffiti shots. Oh well, will just have to pay another visit here.
I took this photo because I could see it would be very challenging to work with. The trees where very dense and it was very dark underneath. As they where tall trees pointing up vertically I could see there would be a cool effect of my wide angle lense warping the trees around the edges but it would need alot of work to seperate all the tight green and browns to give seperation and definition to the trees