Nikon’s DSLR cameras feature a little-known feature that lets you apply fisheye effect to photos.The image is changed with software from the camera itself and saved to the memory card again.In this way, when imported into a computer, the effect will already be present in the photograph.
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The fisheye effect simulates the image generated by lenses bearing the same name.These lenses generate a photo of great depth of field, but with a leased look on the sides.The function is present in incoming DSLR cameras as well as in the top of the line Nikon.Check out the tutorial to learn how to include the effect.
Step 1. Turn on your camera and press the “Play” button to access photos saved on the memory card;
Step 2. Select the image you want to edit and press the “OK” button on your camera.At this point, the retouch menu of the device will start;
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Step 3. Use the camera cursor to select the “Fish Eye” option and press the “OK” button to continue;
Step 4. Use the camera cursor to position the yellow virtual pointer on the graph below the right of the screen.The more to the right, the more fisheye effect will be added.To finalize and save the image, press the “OK” button on the camera again.
Ready.Take the hint to quickly create a fisheye image without having to use Photoshop or other computer software.