Fish eye lenses create a unique perspective, but are an expensive addition to your SLR and a complete non-option for a more basic point-and-shoot camera. Photoshop guru Helen Bradley walks through how you can create a fisheye effect using Photoshop. As Bradley points out, you can never completely replicate the fisheye effect because you won't have the original field of vision, but you can improve your chances by taking a series of shots and stitching them together. Even then, you'll need to be prepared to spend some time fixing details, but the results can be impressive. Create a Faux Fisheye image effect in Photoshop [Projectwoman]
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