Title: Y-Axis

Capture Date/Time: June 5 2007 21:20
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor
Focal Length: 10.5mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/8 - 3 sec
ISO: 100
Flash: None

Just a friendly reminder to look up once in awhile.... have a great weekend everyone!

15 commentsAdd yours

06.08.07/01:33 AM david jones said:

..must.. fix.. web.. blog so that portraits arent 1045 pixels high...

06.08.07/07:04 AM Archie said:

David: "must...stop...talking shit...when Archie knows I have a Widescreen Flat Panel at 1920 x 1200 resolution..."

;)

06.08.07/12:52 PM Gary said:

your fisheye city scapes are always captivating

06.08.07/08:58 PM gSaenz said:

here i thought i was the only one always looking up... well done.

06.09.07/07:52 AM DEA said:

Molto bella!

06.09.07/10:30 AM Mary said:

Yes looking up, but am I the only one who thinks it looks like looking down too? Into the depths of the earth! Great pic Archie.

06.09.07/06:32 PM David mondaymorningphoto.com said:

Wow. I have to get myself a fisheye lens so that when I *do* look up I can get shots like this. Oh, and move to a city with big buildings! Love it Archie :-) Keep 'em coming!

06.10.07/12:48 AM ndiginiz said:

Tena koe ehoa
Awesome image and lens effect! The detail and clarity is stunning! Time lapse looks perfect to bring out the beautiful flares with a nice iris effect also. Pure subject but I wonder if a portrait orientation with the row of lights at the top would give a better balance visual aesthetic?
Regardless, its a brillaint night exposure!

06.10.07/03:20 AM Wolfgang Burzler said:

Beautiful photo, I like the perspective and the lighting.

06.10.07/08:45 AM pasci.it said:

wow! awesome angle! cool startbursts too! excellent job!

06.10.07/09:33 AM kyle haapala said:

very very nice.

06.10.07/01:24 PM David said:

Great perspective and control of light.

06.10.07/10:22 PM tim said:

EXCELLENT! SIMPLY EXCELLENT!

06.11.07/11:45 AM Andrew said:

really nice wide angle.

06.14.07/01:24 AM derLitograph said:

Gorgeous photo and great webdesign




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