Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Fisheye Winter Wonderland

Some more shots of the white stuff! Used Jess' Navy Vintage Wash on these. As for yesterday's, on a few, used Amanda's grunge action!





23 comments:

Cari said...

Oh how I want a fisheye! These are great! Love that first one so much!
Cari

Anita said...

These are such cool shots! TFS!

janett said...

These are so cool!

Sharon said...

I really like the fisheye!

shirley said...

Still jealous of your snowshoeing action. These pics make me want to buy a fisheye lens, too.
My fave is the first one.

Kelly said...

ohhh I love the effect this lens is giving your shots... Very nice

Stephanie said...

Love the fisheye pics!

Jena Photography said...

oooo neat. I love the second one TFS.

Margaret said...

Love the effects you got with the fisheye. Great!

Lauren said...

Love the fisheye view, very cool. And I really like the action you used!

Krista P said...

Lovin the fisheye! Great pics - very jealous of the snow.

Gypsy Girl said...

I just love the fisheye look. It gives it such depth. Nice action.

Meaghan said...

I love the distortion on the trees! The blue tint is really cool.

Becky Anderson said...

love the fisheye effect! Totally different look and actually makes it a little more interesting.
By the way, I love all your snowy outdoor shots! I think snow makes cold a little more bearable.

Raechel said...

Love these shots!!! And great choice of action for them, definetly says BRRRR!

Susan Beth said...

So much fun to play with!

Mom2Drew said...

The blue hue is really cool.

jodar said...

Very cool! these look wonderful!

Mandy said...

Just Stunning. I adore the fisheye effect on the first shot. The world just seems to go on forever.

Kristina said...

The colors here look so fitting for the cold and trees.

Stacey said...

Awesome. i want a fishy so bad. Great tones to these.

Angela2932 said...

At first, I thought your first was the same as yesterday's first (which is still my favorite!) I like yesterday's cropping of this kind of scene better. . . and I like the action better because someone, even though it's "grunge" , the light parts seem brighter (and that still may be a matter of composition and cropping :) ) I guess I'm just really attached to your photo yesterday. . . .

Joanne said...

Wow! And her actions are perfect for these!