Another experiment with the Nikkor 16mm F/3,5 Fish-Eye. Using this lens in a less conventional way is really challenging for the composition. Keep trying.
When it comes to food, Italians aren’t short of reasons to sit and eat!
This time I’ve enabled the lens correction feature so that the Nikkor 16mm F/3,5 Fish-Eye horizon doesn’t looked curved.
Still experimenting with a 1973-made Nikkor 16mm F/3,5 Fish-Eye.
What’s wrong with this photo? Right, that’s one of the zillion’s, ubiquitous, boring rural landscape pictures. There is something, nevertheless, odd: panning from right to left everything starts bending. The foreground tree is vertical so is the red house, but when the road starts bending, the whole horizon does… The effect is achieved with no…