In rummaging through the archives for these nine images, I noticed there were two types of fishy photos to choose from. Some fisheye images are made with a circular lens, while others use a full-frame lens.
The former results in an image that is contained within a circle, which, in turn, is inscribed within the film or, in the case of digital cameras, sensor area. The latter takes the image circle and circumscribes it around the film or sensor area, thereby eliminating the wasted space of circular lenses.
In the name of not being wasteful,
Airplane Madness by Giorgio Verdiani
Fisheye View of Downtown Miami by caamacho
Coral Gables High School by alexllanio
Miami, Florida by JimmyCisz
Santorinin Fisheye Sunset by tamtamclub-Stathis
Kawasaki Fireworks by /ltus
Untitled by | GW |
Sigma 15mm f2.8 EX DG Fisheye by RomanyWG
The student and the tree by Giorgio Verdiani