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To see what you think

 

Will someone dare to include some in a contest?

 

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Best wishes

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Both are very nice. The top one looks like planet earth. THe grouper is cool too.

 

I wonder if you could complete the circles in Photoshop? Would not be that tough on the grouper shot.

 

Alex

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Nice effect, Carlos. I thought it was a shot of Earth, too.

 

Mark

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No doubt, the first one is a winner on "Conservation" category or something like that.

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I, like the others before me, prefer the one at the top as well. It has a nice spherical feel, it almost seems three-dimensional. The grouper is cool too, but the blurry edges and the blue top are not in its favor.

 

Just my $0.02.

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They are really interesting images, but they aren't as good as they would be with a fully circular fisheye, like the Sigma (?) 8mm.

 

You run the risk of being trumped by a different lens...

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/timsdiving/34...57617638465058/

 

Tim

 

:D

Edited by tdpriest

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They are really interesting images, but they aren't as good as they would be with a fully circular fisheye, like the Sigma (?) 8mm.

 

You run the risk of being trumped by a different lens...

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/timsdiving/34...57617638465058/

 

Tim

 

:)

 

I do not know if you read my message. The idea was to seek power and versatility to make a complete image or images to almost circular without changing lens. Obviously not the sigma 8mm but this lens is a fairly risky to use in a competition.

 

Thank you for your comment and best regards.

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Excellent Carlos; I think you have shown another aspect of the versatility of this lens, even on FX, with or without a TC.

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They are both compelling and different!

 

Lovely!

 

Best, Carol

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