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Wide angle worship

Another shot from the Jesus house event. For this one I used my lovely new fisheye lens. Which is amazing in low light conditions (and yes No flash).

This is Muyiwa, a gospel performing artist who brought the house down with his renditions of worship.

Wide angle worship

Another shot from the Jesus house event. For this one I used my lovely new fisheye lens. Which is amazing in low light conditions (and yes No flash).

This is Muyiwa, a gospel performing artist who brought the house down with his renditions of worship.

comments (16)

nice shot, I could tell it was a fisheye without ready your post.
sk: thanx very much Dotun
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 25 Sep 2007, 00:18
This is a good perspective. I like how the shot wraps itself around the guy!
sk: thanx Martin
  • E Etomi
  • Sweden
  • 25 Sep 2007, 00:21
Wow Asiko, nice one.
sk: thanx Etomi
You distorted this in Photoshop didn't you?
sk: I am so glad u read the captions
  • Yẹni
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 25 Sep 2007, 02:32
so when did you pick up the fish...you this guy....as Jide would say
sk: i've had it a few weeks now, lovely lens
  • Yẹni
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 25 Sep 2007, 02:33
ASIKO IS NOT EASY OOOO
  • BeakerSt
  • Shutterchance
  • 25 Sep 2007, 04:30
Clever old you! Like it...
sk: thanx Simon
  • shakara
  • Nigeria
  • 25 Sep 2007, 08:13
Shot sir !!!
sk: thanx Lolu
Wonderful angle of view, the 15mm works perfectly ! Bravo !!
sk: thanx yes its a lovely lens
I did but dude I have a lens that has a focal length of 16mm, 1mm more than yours and I don't get this much distortion so did you or did you not enhance it?
sk: nope i didn't, only PPing here is black and white conversion. remember its a fisheye
The fisheye lens, love them, got to get myself one smile

I now specialize in shooting almost all events I cover without flash, just that my camera is way ahead of my lenses lol, but with what I have (and the beauty of CS3) one is able to do wonders,

Lovely lovely shot here, however I have one little issue with the darks on his face, I know this is due to the conversion but I just feel it may be a slighter (only by 1%) better shot if the darks where a tad bit lighter.

How do you convert to B&W?
sk: thanx Suby, I was thinking of lighting up bits on his face as well. I use the LAB colour method, what method do u use?
  • Da Enforcer
  • from the Abyss
  • 25 Sep 2007, 19:10
well well well.......... he looks quite intense. ok shot
beautiful use of fish eye
i know it was unavoidable, but am not a fan of the black box in the left corner

i agree with suby on the darkness

for b&w conversion i usually use the gradient map adjustment layer (not saying it's the best...it's just what i use)
Really like this Ade. Filled with loads of energy!
  • tommyg
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Nov 2007, 22:09
Love it dude. you get that full frame feeling.
  • Jeneca Onikoyi
  • U.S.A
  • 19 Apr 2008, 18:37
that's gorgeous

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shutterspeed 1/100s
aperture f/2.8
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