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Archive for April 27th, 2014

Along the Pinguisibi Trail in Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario.

Along the Pinguisibi Trail in Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario.

A quick post to show the benefits of using a fish-eye lens in the forest. These images were created during my September 2013 trip to Ontario’s Lake Superior Provincial Park. I often enjoy walking along forest paths with a fish-eye lens on hand for  such distorted, intimate views. On this trip I was using a Sigma 15mm f.2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fish-eye Lens, which was on load from Gentec International, the Canadian distributor for Sigma lenses. For those of you who are unfamiliar with using a fish-eye lens I urge you to give one a try as they a fun and highly addictive tool to use in the field. I often use them handheld for unique landscape perspectives and they are great for use in creating starbursts too 🙂

Please remember to click on each of the images to see the larger, sharper versions.

A Clearing in the Forest, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario

A Clearing in the Forest, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario

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