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    Railroad... thru a Fisheye

    Some shots at BSRM in Lenox, Mass... with a Nikon D70 and 10.5 DX Fisheye

































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    Hey Trish, your train is bent!!
    I think id spend more time on the floor if I had fish eyes and saw everything this way...lol
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    those are pretty cool, i need to look into one of those fish eyes
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    Nice shots... that fishy is definitely fishy. One thing you've done pretty well with is depth of field, which I always struggle with on fisheye shots... mostly because I'm in doors and shooting at high ISO wide open. I have to remember to stop down some before using the fish... and then the steady hand has to come in.

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    Cool shots, love the third one, looks like the engine has a big smile.
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    Way cool, Trish!

    Quote Originally Posted by stoneylonesome
    Cool shots, love the third one, looks like the engine has a big smile.
    Definately #3 being my favorite also.
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    Looks nice!
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    Thanks everyone Stoney... I was thinking the same thing! The trains are smiling! LOL

    My favorite is number 2 lol



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