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    Posted: 1 hour 59 minutes ago at 06:08
Originally posted by Howard_S Howard_S wrote:


Summer storm at Newhaven, Sussex

Great shot Howard!   
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I guess with a7iii that's a recent shot .. and a cracker ... monochrome entirely appropriate
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Summer storm at Newhaven, Sussex
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Fully agree with the other two comments, the hollow shape of the ground and slanted trees give it a bit of a fish-eye feel, but I don't think a 200 mm fish-eye lens exists for 24x36 mm
It looks a bit like my 70-350G without corrections
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Thanks Joseph, Joe, Michele and Pieter!

@ pegelli: That would be quite a sensor for a 200mm Fisheye
 



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Low tide in Yerseke on a grey day


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Fully agree with the other two comments, the hollow shape of the ground and slanted trees give it a bit of a fish-eye feel, but I don't think a 200 mm fish-eye lens exists for 24x36 mm
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The tunnel like view, the shape of the ground and the bike make a great play Fred .
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Fred,
Perfect framing, perfect timing. Great photo.
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Very interesting Fred. Fairytale like. You do have the Eye, I like it
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Forest scape

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And the wider context


Malham Cove (four-frame panorama)
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Near Malham Cove, Yorkshire | NEX-7 and E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS
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