During a little photo work I had the opportunity to visit a beautiful new ship called Amacerto, which now cruses the Danube river. I had little time, so I took only few shots inside, but I couldn’t resist to take a shot of this glass elevator. It reminds me a little of the one in the Old town hall in Prague.
I used the fish-eye lens on this one. I’m still getting used to it, and I thought that this would make a nice scene for it. I removed the distortion a little, as I was standing quite close and it was a little to much for my taste. Is it just me, or It is quite hard to center a fish-eye photo? I was a little off on this one, and I’m still not sure it perfectly symmetrical.
Number of exposures: 7; Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II; Lens: Canon 15 mm F2.8 Fisheye;
Focal length: 15 mm; Aperture: 9; Middle exposure time: 0.6s; ISO: 50; Tripod used: yes
Where was this photo taken:
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