Tuesday, September 22, 2009 3:26 PM cstanton

Wonderful Fisheye, Night, and Extended Exposure Photos

 My friend Brooke got me all hyper on photography today because she's been doing some shoots for people around her neck of the woods in Phoenix, AZ. I just started looking around and I went off on a couple tangents.

I really liked the long exposure shots, the night shots, and I was really impressed with some of the shots with the fisheye lens. I've decided to post a couple of the photos I ran across today, hopefully you guys will enjoy them.

Extended Exposure:


The extended exposure blurs the clouds and flattens the water, giving this image a seriously surreal look.



Night Shots:

 This is a great shot of Osaka, Japan taken from the observation deck of the Umeda Sky Building. I love the city lights.

This is a great picture of the Freddy-Sue Bridge in Rochester, New York. 



A nighttime shot of the Marina at Dubai 

 Fisheye Lens:

With some careful cropping and a pretty cool program called PanoramaPlus, its possible to make a really neat all-capturing panoramic landscape.

This is a really cool picture of the WFCAM at the UK Infrared Telescope on Mauna Kea. I just thought it was cool how it was such a cool fisheye picture of a camera.




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