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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.
so why have the adapter if you got a regular fisheye anyway
adapter is way way wayyyy cheaper
but... if you have the real thing why have both
oh you talking about cobalt? im not sure if he has both of em but my guess would be he bough the cheaper adapter when just starting out and then got the real thing when it actually meant something
The adapters have shit optical quality around the edges... No point using them once the novelty of fisheye dies down.
Get the 10.5mm fisheye and a de-fishing program.
Yes, download it, I gave a link a few pages back.
what kind of camera do you have?
i have a fisheye and a macro for a cannon 35mm
both lenses are going for $70 each
I dont remember how much i zoomed in, but i had it propped on a table for steadyness, i think it's just this camera's shitty..
and $9 fisheyes all day...aka a peephole
digital zoom just makes all the pixels bigger, and crops the frame. don't use it.
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i realize doing this kinda editing is a little played out but i liked it for this flick.
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last ones nice
For Mac I prefer Apple Aperture...
Heres a link:
Part 1 http://rapidshare.com/files/156216449/Aperture_2.1.2_SN.part1.rar
Part 2 http://rapidshare.com/files/156227120/Aperture_2.1.2_SN.part2.rar
E Bay Bay
nice tekel, that shit is hot
ive just been messing around making a watermark for my pics which do u think is better or should i just start over
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j'aime le premier.
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