Peephole: railroad tracks
I like to play with line and shapes as well as with light and would LOVE to own a fisheye lens. But I don't. A peephole is a much cheaper alternative and a fun way to see if I would really USE a fisheye lens if I had one. Luckily, I have a husband who likes to play too.
How he made it:
1. We purchased a metal 160° peephole with glass lenses at a hardware store.
2. He drilled a hole in a wooden disk (he's a wood turner) that he fit inside a step up ring that fits in front of my camera's 18-55mm zoom lens.
Peephole: Gamesbridge lock on Trent-Severn Waterway
The Gamesbridge photo was taken with the zoom lens at 18mm. As you can see I did not hold the camera level. OOPS!
Peephole: Kirkfield lock on Trent-Severn Waterway
The Kirkfield photo was taken with the zoom lens at 55mm. I really like how the straight lines of the metal frames on the liftlock are curved in this photo.
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