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Hall and grand staircase. Shot with the Samyang fish-eye lens, which seems to have fooled the camera, since it records a 50mm lens!

 

 

 

Chatsworth

 

Hall and grand staircase. Shot with the Samyang fish-eye lens, which seems to have fooled the camera, since it records a 50mm lens!

 

 

 

comments (8)

  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 4 Jun 2017, 02:25
Good fish-eye result here, Clever Tom!
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Ray - it's a useful little lens to have in the pack.
i like the extra bits to see, Tom. i suppose that is a dummy in white and red up the staircase.
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Ayush - yes, more ducal robes on a dummy.
I love this shot! Your fish-eye did a great job!
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Elizabeth - it's a useful little lens to have in the pack.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Jun 2017, 06:50
Tis is a wonderful image and seems to have captured a lot in not too distorted detail Tom
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Chris - yes, I think in this case the distortion acts as a kind of frame.
Nice one Tom. Never used a fish eye lens
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Bill - the Samyang is not too expensive and small enough not to add too much weight to your pack.
Works well for me, and you didn't have hords of people wandering about.
Tom Wilson: Caught a moment of lull in the crowd smile
It worked a treat here, Tom
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Mary
superbe escalier et décor!! amitiés
Tom Wilson: Merci, Jean Pierre

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