The Deep Sea Fish

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The fishes live happily in the sea and that is why the Fisheye fits perfectly and moves like a fish in the water.

After planning my holidays at sea with my first Fisheye that I received for my birthday, I also decided to use its underwater housing. It is a marvelous invention! It is the best way to take full advantage of this camera, both on and off the water.

The truth is that I was amazed with the how my photos I took underwater turned out. The ones I like are those taken with half the face in the water and the other half out. The distortion is brutal! Here you have some photos taken in the beautiful coves of the Costa Brava Catalana.

Hope you like them!

written by fafascinado on 2011-02-25 in #reviews

2 Comments

  1. kribbzor
    kribbzor ·

    damn i need to get a fisheye now

  2. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    Like the fotos....

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