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I am an avid landscape photographer located in the Pacific Northwest with an affinity for taking photography trips to Arizona, Utah, and the Desert Southwest.

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1st December 2011

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A Fish Eye View of Double Arch on Flickr.Via Flickr:
A circular fisheye view of Double Arch at Arches National Park in Utah. This formation is absolutely huge, so I thought it’d be cool to use a circular fisheye lens that captures a 180 degree field of view to get it all in one shot. This is a hand held shot taken from the area between the arches, looking straight up. The lens is the Sigma 4.5mm f/2.8 EX DC Circular Fisheye.

A Fish Eye View of Double Arch on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
A circular fisheye view of Double Arch at Arches National Park in Utah. This formation is absolutely huge, so I thought it’d be cool to use a circular fisheye lens that captures a 180 degree field of view to get it all in one shot. This is a hand held shot taken from the area between the arches, looking straight up. The lens is the Sigma 4.5mm f/2.8 EX DC Circular Fisheye.

Tagged: archesarches national parknational parkdouble archarchutahmoabsouthwestdesert southwestred rockcolorado plateaudesertgeologyfisheyecircular fisheyehdrcanonsigmaautumnfall2011parkamerican southwestlandscapenatureSigma 4.5mm f/2.8 EX DC Circular Fisheye

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