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This is our new art museum, i only had a moment to take these so im not very fond of the composition, i just wanted to try out my newly acquired Photomatix! I didnt wanna go too overboard though. CC welcomed on the process!

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May 21, 2007 23:54

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Nice comp and use of fisheye lens? looks great to me. keep up the good work.

May 21, 2007 23:56

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I really like it. Is is a read fishlens effect taken with a fish lens or is it a filter in something like photoshop?

Sorry my mistake. Looked at your sig. Anwsered my question.

Thanks,

May 22, 2007 00:00

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Yep this was indeed done with the tokina fish. I was one of the first here to recieve the lens(i ordered it the second it was available) and its definitely one of my favorites.

Thanks!

May 22, 2007 02:16

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perfect lens for the beautiful new arty building. must be interesting looking inside
( now maybe get your pictures on its walls soon):cool:

I love the opposite side of the street too
nice contrast between all the buildings on both sides

May 22, 2007 03:49 as a reply to 303villain's post 1 hour earlier.

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Ya, i wasnt too crazy about the comp. at first, but i definitely wanted some of the normal shaped buildings(even with the fisheye distortion) in the frame. I may go back and do another today. I honestly have not yet been inside. They added this crazy looking section on to the original museum, and i havent seen the inside of the new part. I wasn't much of a fan of the old section though but ive heard good things about this piece.


Thanks again everybody! For those of you who are looking to start doing this, do a search on Flickr for a user by the name of Stuck In Customs. On his page he has a linkt o his HDR tutorial and it has helped me tremendously!

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