RIA, National Media Museum, as seen through a fish eye

MoFoHo

Well-known Member
Hi there. I thought I'd be brave and share a few pictures taken, not long ago, at one of me and my sons favourite places:

The National Media Museum here in Bradford. We took along his younger brother too.
It's the Widescreen Weekend here very soon. I don't know if any members here are familiar with the widescreen weekend?

For the majority of pics, I used a Nikon 10.5mm fisheye. It's a very fun lens, and I use it more often than I thought I would. It gives interiors especially a fresh perspective. I also occasionally used my 35mm f/1.8G for some shots (this is easily my favourite lens). They are all obviously handheld, just me walking about, taking in the atmosphere.

Hope you like them, its a fabulous place and very much recommended.
Feel free to critique them all you like. Or give me some tips? The D7100 is quite a handfull! And a heck of a learning curve from my D5100 I think!

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Right that's enough mediocre photos for today! Hope you like them! I picked up a Sigma 10 - 20mm f4-5.6 this week, so I'll hopefully be revisiting my favourite place armed with a hulking great ultra-wide lens very soon!
 

shotokan101

Banned
Nice set - 2,5,9 and 11 stand out for me :)

JIm
 

rockchick762k

Active Member
4, 8 and 9 for me, I can't make up my mind about fish eye....:confused:
 

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