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Trick Lenses—What The Unaided Eye Never Sees
There are many “special effects” lenses and auxiliary optics that create a unique point of view. Our next Picture This! assignment is “Trick Lenses—What the Unaided Eye Never Sees.” This photo was made with a Sigma 4.5mm fisheye lens on a Canon EOS D30. Exposure was f/11 at 1⁄250 sec.
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5) Please submit no more than three photos for consideration (4x6 up to 81/2x11).
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Picture This! Shutterbug Magazine,
1415 Chaffee Dr., Suite #10, Titusville, FL 32780.
Deadline for submission: November 15, 2010.
Images will appear in our February 2011 issue.
Our next topic: Reflections: Many-Leveled Things
Deadline: December 15, 2010
Publication Date: March, 2011
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