Fish Eye Lens – An entry into another dimension


I bought a fish eye lens to help remove the problem of Zenith and Nadir dark areas in a 360 degree panorama picture. With a fish eye lens the entire area can be covered with five to six pictures as opposed to a normal rectilinear lens which might take up to 60 pictures. Not to mention the large number of stitching errors.

Anyway before purchasing the lens, a quick search revealed photographers getting severely addicted to the fish eye, so much so that it becomes their main lens. Now after a week with lens, I am almost on the verge of being one.

Samyang 8 mm f/3.5 Fish eye lens with Canon 600D

decathlon noidaDecathlon Noida

Entertainment City, Sector 38, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301

ISO 100, Aperture Priority

Noida Central MallNoida Central Mall

Sector 38, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301

ISO 100, Aperture Priority

Noida City MallNoida Central Mall at night

ISO 3200, Aperture Priority, EV -0.7

Picture has been clicked without stand

 

KidZania, Entertainment City, NoidaKidZania

Entertainment City, Near TGIP Mall, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

ISO 100, Aperture Priority

KidZania at night

KidZania at night

KidZania, Noida

Here is a detailed article about KidZania

KidZania Delhi NCR – The perfect vacation treat

Next set of pics are of Delhi Cantt Railway Station at night. Pictures have been clicked from the flyover.

ISO 1250, Shutter priority for starters. ISO was then reduced and shutter speed slowed down.

Delhi Cantt Railway Station

Delhi Cantt Railway Station

Delhi Cantt Railway Station

And finally a shop at Rajouri Garden Market

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