In this tutorial, we’ll be learning some great ways to utilize a fisheye lens. A fisheye lens is a type of camera lens that has an ability to capture wide-angle images. The images captured using a fisheye lens will have a close similarity to how the image would look like viewed through the eyes of a fish. We can get some really solid images with the fisheye. Here are some options you may have not thought of in order to get the most out of this fun and enjoyable specialty lens.
As this lens creates circular images, look not only for circles to shoot straight down, but also circles you can shoot from an edge or slightly above. You can find a circle of man made or natural circles to get your desired images.
This lens can get ridiculously close to subjects but still cover a wide range, objects even 10 feet/3 meters away can become too small to recognize. When using fisheye lens the close object to the camera will produce the object bigger (sometimes it makes the object large improperly).
Bring It To A Point:
The fisheye helps tighten the scene. When you use fisheye lens don’t forget to change your position and distance with the object. Moving just a few inches, to the left or the right, can have a big impact on where leading lines end up.