|Copyright: Hartanto Tan (agetan)
|Date Taken: 2007-02-13|
|Camera: Minolta Dynax 7D|
|Exposure: f/1, 2 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-02-17 11:04|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Took this shots recently in Singapore when we visited Chinatown during the festive Chinese New Year.|
As I have seen a lot of nice wide angle shots which portrait everything nicely and I wanted something different, hence I go with fish eye lens to achieve this interesting (to me anyway) Point of view.
We waited for about 1.5hr before getting the right timing to shoot.
Hope u enjoy it too...
Taken with D7D with Rokkor 7.5mm f4 with adaptor, handheld.
Image sharpen, and added white frame.
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very nice idea and good result. surely different.
wow!, now thats a wide angle!, cool shot, thanks
Supremely effective, excellent use of the fisheye. Lovely balance to the whole scene and making this a nightshot was a great idea - far more impressive than the daytime equivalent, i think.
Well thought out and very well executed - deserves greater recognition than it has received.
clever comp with the fisheye hartanto :)
i like the framing
nice work :)
awesome, fisheye really play god here! very sharp & good pov! it will look great too if try another closeup pov on the road!