Monday, April 13, 2015

12 Fantastic Analogue Photographs Shot by Fisheye Lens

A fisheye lens is an ultra wide-angle lens that produces strong visual distortion intended to create a wide panoramic or hemispherical image. Fisheye lenses achieve extremely wide angles of view by foregoing producing images with straight lines of perspective (rectilinear images), opting instead for a special mapping (for example: equisolid angle), which gives images a characteristic convex non-rectilinear appearance.

Here are 12 fantastic analogue photographs shot by fisheye lens which will give you a closer look.

Ode to Notraces by judyboy

Untitled by jeansman

Nepal Paschupatinath Temple by Photoma's World

camp on Olympus Mount (Greece) by Voreas

Mi Ra by Lu?

Hang Bong street by Duc_Sla /

Santa Cruz stars by loren hamilton

Olivier Seguin-Leduc - Times square NYC by Thomas Trnka

Return {Explored} by Thanh vespa

contre jour roseaux rodinal by distagoman photography, experience sharing

MoonRocksCity1 by candersonclick

Tom - fs 180 (EDIT) by Joel - P

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