St. Helier waterfront seen through a fisheye lens

March 29, 2012  •  2 Comments

 

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I bought the Nikon 16mm AF-D lens mainly with weddings in mind, however I decided to use it for some architectural shots and I love the wacky images it produces. In fact I think it improves the looks at times of what a rectilinear lens would produce. Have a look and let me know what you think!

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Dandara castle quay development St. Helier waterfront Jersey Colin Cruickshank New developments incorporate a "percentage for art" whereby money is set aside to provide pieces of art. This particular piece is called the "wing" it's cast in bronze and has an inscription in English and French of a poem by Victor Hugo.

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Raddison Blu waterfront hotel shot with the 16mm fisheye lens shot just before sunset

 

 

 


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2.Colin Cruickshank Photography
Thanks Jay - yeah I thought it would only get limited use but really like it for when I want to get something a little different.
1.Jay(non-registered)
Nice work Colin, I've been toying with the idea of a fish eye lens for a while, looking at these photos just makes me want one more....
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