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  • [Pictures] DL and DCA with a Fisheye Camera

    Here are some fun pics I've taken on my last few trips to Disneyland and California Adventure. All were taken with my Lomo Fisheye camera, which can be purchased for not much money at places like B&H Photo.) More shots, and bigger versions of these, are on the fabulous Flickr.

    I hope you enjoy. Bon appetit!

    Main Street at Christmas


    Matterhorn


    Storybook Land


    Nemo Subs


    Into the Briar Patch


    Look out duckies, Mark Twain's a-comin'


    California Screamin'


    Golden Zephyr over Paradise Pond


    Inside the Orange


    Thanks for looking!

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    Great photos! I love looking at Disneyland/DCA from a different perspective. It makes it so much more fun and interesting to see the same things, but in a different way.

    My favorites are the Matterhorn one and the Zephyr one.

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      wonderful, this was my favorite!!

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        scary sight for a fish. Get it? Fisheye? I know...lame. Great shots!
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          Cool shots! Thanks for posting these!

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            Awesome! It's what Disneyland would look like if I was trapped in a giant Christmas Ornament!


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            • #7
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              Oooh, very, very cool shots indeed! The Orange Stinger and the Subs are my favorite photos. Thanks for sharing these here. I love the unique look through your fisheye!

              :thumbup:

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                very nice!

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                  Hey, those are great! Interesting perspective. Can we have more please?

                  Do you mind if we copy them for our desktops? (I see they are not locked but it's polite to ask first).

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                    Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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                    • #11
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                      Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

                      I bought one of the fisheye cameras for our next trip. Can't wait to try it out!
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                        Nice pictures! Might have to get a camera like yours!
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                          Those are beautiful you took perfect advantage of the fish eye lens! Great composition!

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                            Hehehe, I love the Monstro one!!

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                              Re: DL and DCA with a Fisheye Camera

                              Thank you, everybody, for the nice comments. I usually concentrate on carefully composed photos with my digital SLR, and asked for a fisheye to have something totally different - just point it in the general direction of what I want to shoot and let the camera make it fun! It has a 170-degree field of view so it captures a huge area onto a little piece of film.

                              Feel free to copy them to your desktop. Send me a PM if there is one you really like. I can email you a larger file since the largest files I have on Flickr are only 800 pixels wide. I can make the border black, too.

                              If you're looking for more, check out my Flickr page. I posted my favorites here, but there are a few others, as well as fisheyes of non-Disneyland places.

                              Originally posted by SHowardcpa View Post
                              Hey, those are great! Interesting perspective. Can we have more please?

                              Do you mind if we copy them for our desktops? (I see they are not locked but it's polite to ask first).

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