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David de la Hyde on May 28, 2013

I like the photo but I think that I would prefer it with the people distorted rather than the strong lines of the windows

David Wilson on May 30, 2013

Well, yes you pays yer money and makes yer choice, but you can't have both. Where there are lots of people involved I think I prefer correct circles, as above. If it's architecture then rectilinear.

theverbiage on August 7, 2013

Fisheye in action?

theverbiage on August 7, 2013

Pretty amazing if that's from a single shot, rather than a stitch of a bunch of them.

theverbiage on August 7, 2013

And if this wasn't a fisheye shot nor a stitch, how did you keep the faces round? And where did context aware fill come into it?

David Wilson on August 13, 2013

The contextual fill comes into play around the edges - easily overlooked on a casual viewing, but obvious on close inspection. I quite liked it's surreal effect so left it unmodified. The individual RAW images were processed through DXO Optics Pro 8 which has an optional process setting called 'Volume Anamorphosis" this can either be "Recover Spheres" or "Recover Cylinders". I used 'Recover Spheres' prior to stitching the output JPEGS.

David Wilson on August 13, 2013

Final stitching and contextual fill of the ragged edges done in PSshop CS5

theverbiage on August 13, 2013

Thanks, David!

David Wilson on August 14, 2013

de nada!

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Photo taken in Xàbia, Alicante, Spain

This photo was taken indoors

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  • Uploaded on May 20, 2013
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike
    by David Wilson
    • Camera: Canon EOS 60D
    • Taken on 2013/05/18 19:41:04
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 10.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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