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dooowwn..

 

 

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Camera position is 2-3 ft. out from the edge of the transom

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Nice, creative shot!

 

One of these days, I'll get either a very wide angle or a fish-eye lens for my DSLR. I used to have one when I used film, but that has long since been sold......................

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Nice, creative shot! ===> Thanks.

 

One of these days, I'll get either a very wide angle or a fish-eye lens for my DSLR.

I used to have one when I used film, but that has long since been sold.

Great minds think alike?

 

 

Back in the days of film (what's that??)

I used to have a 16 mm, f 2.8 full-frame fisheye for the Nikon Fs I owned.

That got sold, years ago ..like yours.

 

Stopped thru St.Maarten back in April,

and went into Boolchands looking for a Sigma fisheye for the Nikon D60(as it was then)

but they sold me a 10.5 mm. Fisheye Nikkor for 'just' US$ 599!! :eek: instead

- and man am I glad they did!

 

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It's a great little lens, and that's what I used

to take that shot with the curved horizon.

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This was late Sep - early Oct '07 aboard the Carnival Conquest,

 

Galveston disappearing on the horizon.

 

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Somewhere near western Cuba.

 

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These were on the Ecstasy in Nov '08:

 

Progreso and Fantasy in the background.

 

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Looking back from on top of the bridge.

 

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From Grandeur of the Seas, Cabin 7650, at sea between Florida and San Juan, 12/2009.

 

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From Grandeur of the Seas, Cabin 7650, leaving St. Maarten, 12/2009.

 

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From Navigator of the Seas, Cabin 1688, at sea

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