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Bath Abbey-memorials

Bath Abbey-memorials

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This is lovely -and the fish eye adds a cool twist!
Tom Wilson: The kind of situation that fits the lens well.
Again the fish eye works well Tom.
Tom Wilson: It does, doesn't it?
  • Chris
  • England
  • 23 Jan 2020, 06:34
There are a lot of them; your image is delightful Tom
Tom Wilson: Thanks, Chris.
I see you are using the X-a5 with 50mm so suspect you have used the fish eye mode rather than your fish eye lens?
Tom Wilson: No - it's the Samyang - it comes out as 50mm instead of 8mm because it is not electronically linked to the camera - you have to shoot in the "no lens" mode. Still, it seems to work!
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 23 Jan 2020, 09:00
Me Latin ain’t so hot, but I read ‘one life’
Tom Wilson: Mine is pretty well non-existent - and Google translate is not much help, but I gather that he was a soldier and merchant and served as an alderman for the city of London for 30 years, and in Parliament for 20, representing Plimpton - possibly Plympton, now part of Plymouth??
The lens works a treat here, Tom.
Tom Wilson: And the A5 is a nice little camera - although I would have preferred a viewfinder in addition to the screen. Still, I use it mainly indoors, so that's not much of a problem.
Nothing like a fish-eye lens for getting a lot in the picture.
Tom Wilson: There are some situations where it just fits nicely.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 24 Jan 2020, 19:25
turned out beautifully

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camera X-A5
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shutterspeed 1/105s
aperture f/0.0
sensitivity ISO640
focal length 50.0mm
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