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Old 12-31-2010, 12:16 PM   #1
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Here is a web site I found while looking at fisheye lenses this morning.

Tons of good information on this site for the most basic beginer to theadvanced shooter of DSLR's

Digital Photography Tips: Digital Photography School



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Why would you want a fisheye lens?



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For taking pictures. DUAH Lon Hello is anyone home?????????


Just looking at different lenses and I was wondering what a fish eye does.

I also want a lensbaby.

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A fisheye is a unitasker, and I hate unitaskers. All you can do with them is take......well, fisheye photos.

Do you have a variable length wide-angle? I have a Nikkor 18-35 and it rocks. They aren't too expensive. You already have a decent zoom, I bet this would be a great next lens for you.

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To take pictures HELLO....

Wanting to do panoramic with flair....



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