On 12/4/2017 10:47 PM, Mike Lazzari wrote:
That's a fisheye shot?
thanks Moose. Yes, fisheye. Never had one before. I was spoiled by the Zuiko 16mm. One must pay close attention to
the level indicators and loose clothing. Still a little hump in the horizon which was easy enough to pull straight
with the appropriate perspective slider in DxO. Cropped to 16:9. I should post a "before" shot.
I tend to forget that FEs can work well with centered horizons, simple skies, etc. My problem is subjects like this.
Just a test shot. Smeared detail in the upper corner and circles that become
oval in the lower right.
I wanted both fast and ultra-wide for Bhutan. The Laowa 7.5/2.0 is about 110º horizontal coverage and the Samyang FE
about 130º, I think, but the distortion in some tight inside spaces is already hard to correct.
Turned out ultra-wide was a winner, but I hardly needed the speed - oh well. It would meet your travel light
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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