During our Cape Cod workshop, Jeff Lovinger let me borrow his wicked cool 16mm fisheye lens. Guess what? I’m gonna own a 16mm fisheye too. So much fun! This was processed from one image using Nik Viveza.
by JB | Nov 21, 2012 | Cape Cod, Color, Creative, Nik Software | 8 comments
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wicked lens! good choice!
Ha JB, you know you can use photoshop’s lens correction tool to get that distortion out of the picture?
You know Paul, I actually tried that and it worked. 🙂
Striking fisheye image! Try the Lensbaby Fisheye— a less expensive alternative. I’ve had a LB fisheye for quite awhile for workshop demos.
Yup I have the Fish from LB too. A different look altogether.
I don’t get it. Isn’t that the way it always looks?
is that the Nikon 16mm for full frame? Great lens. Whenever we were together I would try to pilfer Doc’s 10.5mm; same view on a DX camera. I like the look personally. Coupled with it’s incredible depth of field it’s also fun to just stick into the middle of “stuff.”
Yup the Nikon 16mm. Wayyyy too much money for what it is although its 2.8 glass and works great on FF. I’ll end up with one eventually…