Jim Zuckerman

Using a Fisheye Lens to Capture Fall’s Beautiful Trees

Jim Zuckerman
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The fisheye lens is generally used for only selected photo opportunities. In the beautiful autumn of New England, professional shooter, Jim Zuckerman, uses his fisheye lens to capture a colorful image.

Jim employs his 15mm fish eye to shoot up at tree branches covered with autumn leaves. Result? He creates a dramatic photograph of the elongated tree, its yellow leaves, and the sun shining through.

Join pro photographer, Jim Zuckerman, in the fall foliage for tips on how to shoot your own unusual images with the fish eye lens. As Jim says, “The fisheye can be fun, but use it sparingly.”



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