Fisheye lenses are ultra wide-angle lenses that produce strong visual distortion. This distortion gives images a characteristic convex non-rectilinear look which can add a dash of playfulness to landscapes and even portraits.
There are two main types of fisheye lenses, circular and full-frame ones. They produce different effects – circular one captures a full 180-degree view in all directions, which results in a circular image with black edges. On the other hand, a full-frame fisheye lens captures a 180-degree field of view along its diagonal and photos taken with it don’t have black edges.
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