Categories Architecture Fisheye Photos Urban all around the rock Post author By Rian Post date October 12, 2008 27 Comments on all around the rock ..i’ve been up there, down here and now i went around.. ALL around.. 🙂 Tags Rockefeller Center ← down here → late night reflections 27 replies on “all around the rock” great choice of fish-eye wow! amazing shot! best place for using this lens 😉 A agree, a very nice use of a fish-eye Excellent view. Very nicely done. nice use of the fish-eye lens. Good shot Cool ! Fisheyes are not always used wisely, but it seems you really know how to get the best of it ! The fisheye here captures every single element of the surroundings around Rockefeller, great shot! Wow…You turned that fisheye lens to 11! Cool shot, really enjoying your “everywhere” series! That’s a pretty wild shot. Nice job. Thats the thing about fisheye. It really rocks. And it really makes me jealous LOL lovely ! Wonderfully colourful magic sphere…:) What asuperb idea and very well executed! Man I love this! 🙂 Wow, great effect, this fisheye’s shots are great! Really nice fisheye shot! It makes the city look like a giant colorful marble! oh wow, what a great shot Rian!! it’s amazing, so fish eye-y lol Wow that’s a great shot, very niceely composed and as others have said, the perfect place for a fisheye… me wants one tooo 🙂 Very cool! Good stuff. Excellent Plaza shot! I’ve never seen one like it. That’s amazing in itself… that you can find these unique shots of these familiar places. What I really like about this particular shot is that it looks like it has wings and is poised to take flight! Really good one! agree with the above. waiting for Tina Fey and the 30 Rock crew to float across the frame. This is gorgeous…very artsy and I love the overall color. very, VERY NICE! 🙂 Awesome shot. Love the composition. A fisheye making this urban place a flower! Great job indeed! cool idea and great fisheye effect! […] & walk the hallowed canyons of manhattan.. here’s the ‘morning version’ of this shot.. EXIF information model Canon EOS 40D exposureTime 1/250 s fnumber f/8.0 […] elle est superbe cette symetrie ! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.