I really love this photo! You used a fisheye lens - that´s for sure, but it even looks as if you have used a polarization filter, did you? If YES - how did you use it? A fisheye lens is not plane, so you cannot use a screw filter. Did you use a paper filter which is mounted on the BACKSIDE of the lens? Please let me know my e-mail: info [at] foto-mann.de
Thank you very much, Rob! :-)
Hi Foto mann. No polarizer. hot originaly on film, scanned, photoshop saturation and levels. Glad you like my pictures, I see you are an island lover also.Cooks are amazing.
Oh yes, they are! We will be there again in about 60 days, visiting One Foot Island for 3 days + 3 nights (!!), just the two of us! I really hope that the weather will be fine so I can take lots of photos there! You will find them here early 2009 at the latest...
Let me know when you post in panarimo. I like your pictures alot. Maybe next next time you go there will be 3 of you. The Cook islands are the most family friendly islands we have been to. Good luck on weather.
oh…what a beautiful!
i hope i will be there in future.
Just wonderful !
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