- Term: Fisheye Lens
Description: A fisheye lens is an extreme wide angle lens with that produce images with major distortion. In these lenses, this is actually a desirable effect. Fisheye lenses can take in so much of a scene that the photographer often has to be cautious to keep themselves out of the frame - from behind the camera. Feet and fingers can make surprise appearances if one isn't careful. Fisheye lenses can be a lot of fun and offer a different perspective than that which the eye is accustomed.
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