TUTORIAL ON HOW TO USE CANON EOS M10: FISH-EYE EFFECT

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.^^

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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!

Do stay tuned for more tutorials!

Till the next post, see you! 

Sincerely,
Absolute Yana
www.absoluteyana.com

40 comments:

  1. Love the photos babe! Seriously like how you're using the fisheye effect

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  2. Love it! Yes, you definitely should have a separate blog for all these amazing shots. :D

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  3. Love the photos! Fish eye effect always makes photos look more interesting :)

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  4. Somehow, I am not a fan of fish-eye effect. But your photo samples are great. I think I am a new convert.

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  5. I don't really like fish eye effect because it look too weird. But your pictures are really great

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  6. Oh gosh... love your photos.. I think I need photography lessons from you.. hahaha

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    1. Hahahhaha..thanks kak, but seriously all I do is go through Pinterest get an idea and try it out.

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  7. Gurl! You got photography skills. loving the angles you took. i can see effort

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  8. Wow, I am thinking now is it the lens, the camera or it's just you! Great job!

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  9. I love how you capture the building. Skillful photographer.

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  10. I love fish eye effect photos! Thanks for the sharing, the photos looks amazing!!

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  11. Love how you can play with all the different sorts of effects dear and the fish eye one looks really good too. Will certainly check up on the features more :)

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    1. Thanks dear! Hopefully it will not bore you. ^^

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  12. Lol you should have a proper page for your photography, who knows will get scouted for it!

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    1. didn't get to set it up over the weekend..will get it done hopefully throughtout the week...

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  13. did you take these photos? oh wow. simply superb!

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  14. yes, you definitely have a blog for your photography.. love it!

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    1. hehhehe thanks dear for the encouragement..

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  15. The photos taken were perfect. Thanks for the tutorial and I had learned something from here.

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  16. very interesting. I should try Fish-Eye Effect photo shooting soon.

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    1. Please do share it, would love to see.. ^^

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  17. love the fish eye effect which brings life to the buildings. will definitely check this out!

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  18. I love the shots from different angles especially that staircase one.

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  19. OMG! I love the fish eye effect!
    It's great for landscape photo!

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  20. Thanks for the tutorial lessons, will check out the camera soon.

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  21. I really have to learn more about photography. Such a newbie I am! Canon EOS M10 looks awesome.

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