Fisheye London Cityscape MashUp

As a photographer I'm always trying to find creative ways to see the world and to capture it in an image. Recently I've been experimenting with a fisheye lens in major cities across the world and using photoshop to mash cityscapes together to create something 'a little different'. In this images I've taken images across London including the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column, The National Gallery and The City of London and then stitched them into a single image. The idea was to mash up the old and the new in an 'impossible image' that takes a unique perspective on a city that I've not seen before

The fisheye lens was originally used for meteorology to study the sky and cloud formations, fisheye’s were originally called “whole-sky lenses.” These lenses quickly became popular in the general photography field because of their fun and unique uses, and of course their incredibly distorted lines. They can be used for many different purposes, both professional and for fun (but mostly for fun).....I will be exploring the potential uses for this lens in future blogs

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Thanks

Tom

 


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