Hye there! Today I will be showing you another cool Canon EOS M10 feature which is the Fish-Eye Effect! Honestly, there are many ways to use this effect, for wide sceneries, to shoot the sky, and even for architectural designs.
It doesn't stop there! Sometimes, I even use the fish-eye effect to capture walls, tiling, textures and patterns to use them as background for my product shoots or graphic purposes.
For this feature, you can play around with its aperture and the level of the effect (1-3). This time, I chose to stick to the 1st level to show you how 'fish-eyed' it already is on its lowest level.
As you can see even on its lowest level, it's pretty fish-eyed, so leveling it up will distort the scene more. This feature totally depends on your preference.
Personally, I find this feature to be pretty cool, how about you?
Behind the scenes, special thanks to Joyce for keeping me company.^^
P.S: After all this picture taking, it has popped in my mind to open up a separate blog/gallery for my photography purposes. The one I have now - at the top - is linked to my tumblr, unfortunately not everyone can view it, if they are not tumblr users. Hence, blog upgrade over the weekend!