Tuesday, June 08, 2010

"A Wedding At Warp Speed"

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"A Wedding At Warp Speed"
©David A. Ziser

OK, I know I'm playing around here, but the result was pretty cool.  With the release of Lightroom 3, a lot of new features not seen in the latest beta came to light.  One of the coolest new features is the Lens Correction Feature. LR3 has a complete database of lens data that applies to any imported image making up for any shortcomings or idiosyncrasies (not soft focus) and make the image that much better.  This feature is way cool when you bring fisheye lens into play.  That's what I did with this image. It was a fisheye shot I made at a recent event. But, when I ran the image through Lens Correction, WOW, what a unique result. Hey, it may not be everybody's "cup of tea" but it is still fun to play around with. I have to say, I kind of like it. Camera specs: Canon 5D Mark II fitted with Sigma 8mm Fisheye lens, F 8 @ 1/15 second, ISO 3200.  Enjoy!  David

P.S. To see the original image, just hit the "Read More...." link below. Have fun!



1 comment:

  1. WOW,...excellent original,...stunning post work. Well done David! Thanks for sharing this cool LR tip.

    And what a cool, full two spread, 15% opacity background layer this would make in the wedding album.