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Nikon D2X

Capture Date/Time: November 18, 2006 13:15
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F7.1 - 1/10 sec
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
ISO: 500
Flash: None

This is a shot of the flags up at the ceiling of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. from my trip a few weeks ago. I wasn't crazy about this shot for many weeks, which is why I haven't posted it sooner. I have been noodling with its post-processing, and thought that the selective desaturation and undoing of some of the fisheye distortion made it a bit more appealing. I will have another variation up tomorrow, I think.


12.15.06, 12:04 AM, navin:


12.15.06, 07:22 AM, Bob:

It is colorful and offers a unique perspective. I doubt many who pass through that hallway experience it quite like this. Well done.

12.15.06, 09:46 PM, cool daddio:

You are going to publish a fisheye only book someday aren't you!

12.16.06, 11:51 AM, Mark:

Very nice, I like it quite a lot. What type of process do you find works better, with less degradation, when wanting to partially defish an image?

12.16.06, 01:24 PM, Lynn R:

VERY VERY cool shot Mike!! :)

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