September 27, 2010

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Wild Wide-Angle Photography

Wide-Angle Photography is often used to capture the maximum amount of detail or subject, but it can also be used for a distortion effect due to the bulging convex lens. Wide-Angle lenses are usually around 35mm or less for a Full-Frame (35mm) Camera, there after you begin to get more distortion in your photographs and the closer your subject goes to the outer edge.

I hope you find this an interesting insight into wide-angle photography and continue to discover more by selecting any photograph below to view the artist’s works!

reflections of sydney

Central Park at Dusk, New York City

The Dark Ruins of Dürnstein

Sweden from above

Double jump!

A cow [15/365]

a multitude of sins

Fenway Park

Big nose horse

Eiffel Tower GigaPixelized!!  (Paris) (Zoom Inside)

Bremen "Mühle am Wall" HDR

Spanish perspectives

Disney - A Ride On The TTA at Night (Explored)

from earth to heaven

old style tractor

An Icelandic Horse in the Wild

aurora bridge in fremont

Mountain flowers

Curious minds...

Connecting the community, my Twitter strategy, and American Airlines at DFW

New York City is Alive and Well

Evening glory (hyacinth fields Netherlands)

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Masia Freixa

San Francisco - Jewish Museum HDR

Angel of the North

Claustro del Monasterio de Sant Cugat

Old Cathedral – Catedral Vieja, Salamanca HDR

Flying Sam

Saint Johannes Church, Stockholm

southwark cathedral

dam pano - VIEW ON BLACK

New Cathedral – Catedral Nueva, Salamanca HDR

Vast

wide angles of nyc - 3

Mr. Ed

hyde park corner

La passerelle de l'exploration

Schooner

Paris Paris in Las Vegas Black & White

Mechanics' Institute Library

Come fa la mucca?

The world of Larg's

La Civetta

Wattle-Point-Windfarm-In-Motion-#3

Texas State Capitol Dome Interior

Guns are Melting

New River Gorge Bridge

La Sagrada Familia

Underground Lotus

the earth is round!

Day One Hundred Eighty Six

View From the Top of the Rockefeller Center Looking South, NYC

If you’d like to know more about this technique please follow these links:

Wide-Angle Lens Tutorial

Wide-Angle Lens (Wikipedia)

Thank you to all the photographers that allow their photographs to be freely shared!

All Photographs shown here are © Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike!

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5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sep 28 2010

    funny images can be created with wide lenses

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    • Sep 28 2010

      Yeah, I love playing around with the distortion!

      Reply
  2. Oct 30 2010

    Thanks for featuring me :)

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    • Oct 30 2010

      No problem, thanks for sharing your photographs!

      Reply
  3. dinesh sharma
    Mar 2 2011

    nice image

    009928190142

    thanks

    Reply

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