Note: Please, first know the main purpose of this blog is to show how the the World looks from a fisheye lens. Purely entertaining.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. How is fisheye photography done? Do you need a special lens?
Yes, you do. To make fisheye photography you need a fisheye lens, which is a wide-angle lens that takes in a broad, panoramic and hemispherical photograph.
2. How many types of fisheye lens are there?
There are two:
- Full frame lens, which covers the entire 35mm film frame, and is the most common fisheye lens used by photographers.
- Circle frame lens, which takes in a 180° hemisphere and projects this as a circle within the film frame.
3. Are these photographs taken by you?
No, these photographs aren’t my property. I post and reblog different photographs from different people. By clicking the picture, you’ll be directed to their [the person who took the photo] Flickr account.
4. Can I submit my fisheye shots?
Yes, you can. Try to submit your own photos; if they aren’t yours, please let me know you have either the permission of the owner or the Flickr account. I can’t promise you to post your submissions, because sometimes it’s not what the blog is looking for, but if I do submit it, you’ll be credited.
5. What kind of fisheye photographs do you prefer?
I prefer color-horizontal-high quality photographs. I don’t post/reblog either vertical, black & white or low quality.
6. Do you/can you follow back?
I can’t follow back from this blog because it is a tumblelog. My main or “personal” blog is CHERRYBOMB.