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My first image. Expect more of these. This shows my Gypsy at TG Halli, Bangalore.

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An interior and a landscape in Bangalore, India. Hopefully you should be able to view full-size images when you click on the thumbnails. Expect more fisheye panoramics in the coming weeks!

I found the solution to the problem with images at http://onecoolsite.wordpress.com. See the specific post here.

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My first attempt at creating a fisheye panoramic of a reservoir near Bangalore. (This file is 2500 pixels long). See the image at my main blog:

http://indianwildlifeblog.blogspot.com

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A pano of Hebbal Lake.

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What is fisheye photography?

Fisheye photography refers to extreme wide-angle photography done with an 8mm lens. This lens gives a 180 degree field of view on a full frame camera, producing a circular image. The lens does not have a hood and the glass bulges out of the barrel, thus resembling the bulging eye of a goldfish.
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