Steal Nothing But Photographs
6Oct/140

Las Vegas Blvd (Fisheye Study):

Every now and again you realize there is a piece of glass in your bag that doesn't get a whole lotta love. The lonely Fisheye got the call for my recent trip to Vegas. As everyone knows, "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" so unless your 4 idiots in a Wolfpack, the camera is better used for landscapes than portraiture. I decided that since just about everything is on a grand scale in Las Vegas, the fisheye would be a fun lens to capture the amazing structures on the strip (Inside and Out). Here are a few of the outdoor images I stole. Make sure you click on them with your mouse to experience them full size on your monitor!

There could be tougher views for a Gargoyle at the Venetian..

Gargoyle view from the Venetian (D3s, ISO400, f/2.8, HDR through Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye)

Paris Nevada (D3s, ISO200, f/2.8, HDR through Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye)

Sometimes you have to take another look from a cooler location:

Paris Nevada from the Shade (D3s, ISO200, f/2.8, HDR through Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye)

The money invested in the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, The Mirage, The Flamingo, Bally's, Harrah's, The Cromwell, and Paris is incredible:

Big Dogs of the Strip (D3s, ISO200, f/2.8, HDR Through Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye)

In my next post I'll share with you some fun techniques for interior spaces with the fisheye!

Until the next image theft...

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