Monday, November 22, 2010

Food court - Paddock Mall...

...with a fisheye effect...

20 comments:

brattcat said...

That's exactly how I feel after eating at one of these food courts.

Olivier said...

j'aime bien cette photo prise au grand angle (fisheye ? )

Sharon said...

We all have experiences with shopping center food courts!
Welcome back!

Small City Scenes said...

Cool effect.
I guess mall designers are the same everywhere. MB

Ash said...

Interesting effect!

So...what did you order ? :-)

Daryl said...

Neat ...

SRQ said...

Is this an effect or a lens? Fish eye is always interesting.

Lois said...

I agree with brattcat on this one!

anjoe playhouse said...

Fish eye, ohhh, first I thought that just the word screwdriver had made me drunk ;-)

Halcyon said...

Fisheye makes this scene more exciting!

cieldequimper said...

Now look at all those people in short sleeves and legs... (umm, you know what I mean, not the legs themselves). How did you do all this curvy stuff?

EG Wow said...

I like the fisheye effect. Did you use a 15mm lens or do something in Photoshop or some other program?

Jack said...

Your fish eye lens is making me a bit woozy! All is well here. Flying back north tomorrow for the Thxgiving holiday. Time to refresh my inventory of northern photos! Be well. Not too much bird on Thursday, OK?

Irredento Urbanita said...

Sometimes I feel attraction for places like that. Love the colours and the movement in the malls.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

magiceye said...

beautifully captured!

bfarr said...

Interesting effect.

Did you do this post-processing? or with a lens?

Randy said...

It's amazing how all the food courts look alike!

Bibi said...

So....what did you eat? I love fish-eye effects; I have a little cheapie attachment that I have a lot of fun with.

Hilda said...

I wonder if food courts in malls all over the world look the same. This could very well be in Manila!

greg urbano said...

i like the fish-eye effect!

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