This is another fisheye shot of the interior of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library in Austin.
This is another pretty classic example of a composition style that I frequently look for in a subject – very strong diagonals or triangular elements, often enhanced by the perspective extending properties of an ultra-wide lens. In this shot, I’m also embracing the distortion introduced by the fisheye lens since I really liked the curvature in the ceiling beams. I took the same image with the rectilinear 14-24mm too but this version definitely spoke to me more.
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