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fisheye

[′fish‚ī]
(materials)
A small globular mass which has not blended completely into the surrounding material and is particularly evident in a transparent or translucent material, such as a plastic coating or surface coating.
(metallurgy)

fisheye

In plastering, a spot in the finish coat approximately ¼ in. (6.4 mm) in diameter, caused by lumpy lime.
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Another study determined the vignetting effect of a similar fisheye lens [Jacobs and Wilson 2007].
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Pictures include this scenic shot of Digbeth, a picture of Birmingham development The Cube taken with a fisheye lens and also this picture of a fox cub.
Let's hope he used a fisheye lens to capture those outrageous sideburns and leopardskin trainers.
Looking at the effulgent worlds that Malallah created within her prints is like looking through a fisheye lens.
This limited edition and renamed "Jack" Holga color flash camera comes with red and clear color flash gels, a set of three custom filters, a fisheye lens, a "The World through a Plastic Lens" photo book, one 120 film roll, two "AA" batteries, an editorial poster, and multilingual instruction manual.
Cunningham seems a touch inspired by "The Third Man" and its evocative shots of Viennese tunnels, but he takes it over the top with relentlessly non-stop cutting and fisheye lens framings.
We've got our eye on the Lomography Fisheye camera, the only 35mm camera in the world with a built-in fisheye lens.
PhotoBubble images are created by taking two opposing photographs with a standard fisheye lens and joining them via computer image remapping.
This article explores a fisheye lens approach to viewing and browsing graphs.
Nick (Kevin Bacon) makes his name with a nightmarish little comedy titled First Date, full of fisheye lens effects and unnerving non sequiturs, all filmed in crisp black and white.
There is no similar-sized fisheye lens that outperforms this new 360-degree panomorph," states James Sohn, President from HQO.