Showcase Samyang 7.5mm f/3.5

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Meet Boris :)))

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Morten--that second one strikes me as an example of the ideal use for a fisheye. When you want to get view of a tight space with lots of detail, the distortion is a fine trade-off.
 

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Alone - an HDR using the Rokinon

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I think the Li River karst country would be a perfect place for the 7.5, and your image is the proof.

Back in the late 90s (ouch!), I took a break from a cycle tour to spend two luxurious days floating down the Mekong to Luang Prabang (Laos) on an old riverboat. I had a 17mm Tokina on a battered F3, and got a few memorable transparencies. I seem to remember that the trick was to not get my feet in the shot.

I wonder if my wife would OK a Samyang 7.5 for our upcoming vacation in Yunnan?
 

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I've never got much use from my wide angle lenses, but now I never leave home without my Rokinon 7.5.

Los Alamitos Creek
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The fisheye gives substance to a small footbridge
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It's the perfect lens for trees. Note that the touches of yellow hint that fall isn't far away.
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One of my favourite lenses so far, inside of a church in Granada, Spain:

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Kitzbuhler Horn, Tyrol, Austria. De-fished with Fisheye Hemi plug-in.

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I walked up there from the little red dot you see left centre.

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I am a new owner of the Samyang 7.5mm (2 or 3 days now). I must say, I absolutely love it!

I was able to take it with me on my last trip to Singapore. The pictures are taken in the Marina Bay Sands Lobby.

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Showing off his new kicks.

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