fisheye lens

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Robin from Fisheye Placebo looking melancholic in the city night. I wanted her eyes to resemble the fisheye lens of her camera. Many people think photography objectively captures reality, but that couldn’t further from the truth. A photographer can only capture the reality he/she chooses to see through. The types of lenses used, what’s included vs excluded in the photo, camera settings, and countless other things can alter the feeling a photo gives off, and thus reinterpreting the reality seen through the lens.

In other news, I’ve finally picked out my team of 3D artists to help me speed up my comic production. We’re still in some testing stages but I’ll be announcing the new team soon with sample artworks! So excited!

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ALBATROSS by ajpscs
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‘THE DOG: Artlist Collection’ (Began in 2000)

Started out as a series of postcards and calendars of puppies photographed with a fisheye lens by Artlist Japan. According to their website, they’re “photographed at unique angles known as ‘strange ratio’, creating an adorably enchanted image”.