Night photography with a fisheye lens: Get bent — by Kerry Souza

Get bent -- by Kerry Souza

Get bent — by Kerry Souza

Portrait photographer Kerry Souza attended the March 2010 Pearsonville night photography workshop, and did most of her shooting with a 15mm fisheye lens on the Canon 5D. Fisheye lenses are difficult to use for night photography — there is so much information in the frame with an ultra-wide, that compositions can get unruly. Kerry quickly established a consistent fisheye vision in the junkyard, with excellent control of line and composition. The Get bent image above was a favorite from the critique on the 2nd day of the workshop — a swooping, spiraling night photography fisheye tour de force!

There are now 700 images from the past 4 workshops in the Pearsonville pool on Flickr — amazing night images by very talented photographers. Let me know if you’d like to get on the notification list for future workshops!

One thought on “Night photography with a fisheye lens: Get bent — by Kerry Souza”

  1. Great work here. Someone from the first workshop did the GM Bus with some sort of fish eye and it looked great.

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