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    Ross Creek Cedars

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    Taken with a Canon 1Dx and a Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye.

    Ross Creek Cedars

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    Re: Ross Creek Cedars

    Very effective perspective. It works well. The lighting has also been well managed.

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    Re: Ross Creek Cedars

    Agreed, and a striking image that might be impossible without a fisheye lens!

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    My girlfriend and I call this perspective "gnome shots". Only with trees this tall one doesn't have to be gnome sized to appreciate it! I really like how you did this. The sky isn't too bright and the tree bark is well delineated. Really, really cool pic. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Re: Ross Creek Cedars

    Hi, Jaime

    I've tried very similar shots using 16mm- just cant reach from ground to canopy. I'm normally no great fan of fish-eye perspectives because the distortion makes me a bit mental, but I really like what you have achieved here. The foliage looks to have some Orton-like processing that I also like here. Well done

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