Friday, 11 January 2013

A bit of fish-eye


Standing a bit removed, I was exploring different ways of taking photos of the crowds below and came across the fish-eye filter. I hadn't used a fish-eye lense before but thought the filter added a bit of something to the scene.

7 comments:

JJ said...

Great photo! I could write a novel or a philosophical essay based on it. Save the photo in case I decide to do just that. Great Book Cover!

messymimi said...

Very intriguing.

Annie said...

I seem to have fallen off the edge of world this week and last. There is nothing like having a newly engaged daughter to make a girl change her focus. I will be back to visiting soon, Right now the old gray matter is boomaranging like mad. I have settled down a lot since the big event but now it seems like every time I see something, hear something, think of something - well - I just sort of go off on a mental tangent. I'll be by soon to visit you. I'm barely posting as it is. Time just seems to be flying. Tell me, does it get better or will I be in a dream for the next year?

Annie
www.scenesfromaslowmovingtrain.blogspot.com

Emm in London said...

What an interesting filter! I'm not a fan of crowds and this photo conveys the claustrophobic feel of a big crowd.

Karine said...

Brilliant idea! I love the effect it creates!

William Kendall said...

I've heard of the fish eye lens, but never had a chance to use it. Good shot!

Kris said...

No fish-eye lens for me...yet; so, I'm jealous ;)
I thought this is well composed.