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Thank you again Philomène, The circular version is very fun, however, it is much more difficult to use in my opinion ... you have to find a synthetic composition, and the eye in the viewfinder is not used to scanning in a circle. I will have to try in live view mode. Hug, Renaud
sent on January 05, 2020 (17:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
;-) The fish has always been wonderful results and You have used it excellently Congratulations for the shot Marco ;-) Il fish da sempre splendidi risultati e Tu lo hai usato in modo eccellente Complimenti per lo scatto Marco
Marco, Rosario, Paolo, thank you very much for your encouragement. These are my first attempts with this lens. I like it a lot because it is "bi-focal", like the venerable Canon 8-15mm Fisheye f / 4. Thank you again warmly. Renaud
Thank you very much Ann, As I said above, it is another way of seeing the world. By cons, it is a "knife" to handle sparingly, in my opinion, because often the composition does not work at all. Thanks again for your visit. Renaud
sent on March 09, 2020 (8:45) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
Gorgeous. I've always been fascinated by the Fisheye, who knows six fish out of the water see us so round. Scherzo, and always nice to admire your photos, this one in particular and fabulous. A warm greeting soon. I bring it in my bookmarks Stupenda.
Mi ha sempre affascinato il Fisheye, chi sa sei pesci fuori dall'acqua ci vedono cosi tondi.
Scherzo, e sempre bello ammirare le tue foto, questa in particolare e favolosa.
You are fascinated by Fisheye, maybe because it corresponds to your vision of the world. Or, as you live on an island, you are a fish too... In Fisheye photography, we are never too close to the subject. If we stand too far, everything becomes so small. Hugs, Renaud