Lincoln cathedral 2

 
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A fish-eye lens view of part of Lincoln Cathedral, emphasising the flying buttresses supporting the Chapter House.

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Guest - Jun 20, 2007 03:57 PM EDT
Wow this is a stunning outcome. I have been wanting a fish eye lens for a while but did not know alot about this and what range of photos I could take with them. /This photo has just sold me on one, Ill have to start saving lol
Guest - Apr 19, 2007 02:23 AM EDT
Thanks Beverly.
Guest - Apr 07, 2007 07:53 AM EDT
Interesting perspective.
Guest - Apr 03, 2007 10:51 AM EDT
Thanks, Alan, for your kind and appreciative comment. Actually, that thing in the grass is the glass lens of a floodlighting unit! I didn't really notice it until you pointed it out, but that's probably simply because I knew it was there! Also, when you see the full size uncompressed version, it's much more obvious what the thing is, and somehow I think it makes it less distracting than the vague smudge which is all you can see at this resolution.
Guest - Apr 03, 2007 09:23 AM EDT
Hi Steve, Thanks for posting all of your latests photos using the fish-eye lens. I like this photo the best with the flying buttresses really effected from the lens. Excellent composition, colors, and focusing. I feel cloning out the trash or bird? at the bottom in the grass would help. It keeps drawing my attention. Still a awesome photo of the cathedral. You are so lucky to live around all these great old buildings.
Guest - Apr 03, 2007 07:40 AM EDT
Thanks, Carol!
Guest - Apr 02, 2007 05:01 PM EDT
Great composition! Carol

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