Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle thru a fish-eye lens. Wanted to give a fisheye a go. Oh and Happy New Year. 🙂

January 2, 2009 | 10 comments
Architecture D700 friskyGreen(TM)

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/2.8 | Exposure bias: -2/6EV | Focal length: 16mm | ISO: 200 | Shutter speed: 1/6400s |



10 comments

  • Patrick on 02.01.2009 @ 20:04

    Man, I have to get a fish-eye. Everytime I see one of these shots I'm overwhelmed with jealousy. Beautiful work, mate.

  • Claus Petersen on 03.01.2009 @ 02:35

    This is a very twisted view of the world, but it looks fantastic, especially the green tint adds to the mood here!

  • EgoPimp on 03.01.2009 @ 03:57

    Looks like such a hard lens to use properly, yet you nail it. Stunning shot and great processing. The angle is superb.

    Gary.

  • MaryH on 03.01.2009 @ 18:27

    I just love fish-eye. And not everyone has the talent to get good photos with it. You have. Love.

  • MaryH on 03.01.2009 @ 18:28

    I just love fish-eye. And not everyone has the talent to get good photos with it. You have. Love.

  • dimitri on 04.01.2009 @ 01:08

    wonderful distortion! looks great!

  • Pradeep on 04.01.2009 @ 03:30

    Awesome shot, spot on with the fish eye. :)

  • crash on 04.01.2009 @ 22:06

    cool fish-eye shot! i love this corner of NY

  • Mario Jean [madoc photo] on 05.01.2009 @ 16:09

    I don't often like images created with a fish-eye, but I must say that this one is pretty amazing. Superbly composed. A really beautiful shot.

  • Jarrard on 07.01.2009 @ 11:10

    Wow. Beautiful. A nice take on a spot photographed thousands of times.