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Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains

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  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    Nice double album, heihei lucky you to have your new Horizon back....<:)

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  2. fabioduarte77

    fabioduarte77

    wow

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  3. jackpumpkinhead

    jackpumpkinhead

    Great idea!!

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  4. cc-in-paris

    cc-in-paris

    nice album!!

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  5. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Man, you do live in one of the most beautiful places. :)

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  6. cpolpa

    cpolpa

    Great album, congrats!!

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  7. hoseun

    hoseun

    cooolness!

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Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains

Well, I sent off my Horizon to address the soft focus issues (still under warranty), and I guess it was too much trouble to fix because they sent me a new one! For my first album, I double exposed a roll that had previously been shot in my Fisheye No. 2 at the Zoo. I like some of the results, but this will take a little more practice. I thought the fisheye exposures would overwhelm, but in fact they are so underexposed in most places as to not even be visible . . .

russheath This photo was shot on film. Taken by russheath with a Horizon Perfekt loaded with Kodak Pro Image 100 (35mm) film in Silver Plume, CO, United States. These tags describe this photo: fisheye no. 2, fisheye + horizon, 35mm, 100, hiking + zoo doubles, horizon, horizon perfekt, color, doubles, lake, mountain, flowers, hiking, perfekt, iso 100, zoo, baby, different cameras, kodak pro image, and fisheye. This photo can also be found in the album Fisheye + Horizon - - - - Zoo + Mountains.

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