Party-Giving

By: Gustav Hoiland

Nov 28 2010

Category: fisheye, party

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Focal Length:50mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Palette & Palate

The lack of posting in the past couple days can be completely attributed to an abundance of familial, friendlial, and otherwise wonderful get togethers. Which apparently led to less than enough time for processing and posting photos. Now that I’m back in the Naperville the double-dependable daily doting shall return in full force.

An entirely experimental exposure here presents to us the mystery of the floating wine. Where is the glass that beholds such a tonic? The wine’s meniscus is clearly visible in the form of a grey ring on the bottom half of the circle. Am I the only person who thought meniscus was an strange word to describe the curvature of liquid when we all learned that word in chemistry class?

Anyhoo, the lovely fisheye lens is actually resting inside of the glass’s rim. So everything except the wine is actually seen through the all encompassing wine glass. That’s all. Rambling mystery of the previous paragraph officially debunked.

What a lovely holiday weekend!

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