Fisheye Bonsai

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Fisheye Bonsai

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A recently bought a fisheye lens to use with my camera for filming skateboarding.
I thought I might try it out on some slower moving subjects...
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Re: Fisheye Bonsai

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That chinese elm in the third picture looks as though it has some kind of tumor?!
Root over rock subject maybe?
After roughly 20 years of growing bonsai, I reckon I might just be starting to get the hang of it...
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Re: Fisheye Bonsai

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Yes, RoR in progress...
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Re: Fisheye Bonsai

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Hi there,

Never would of thought of using panty hose to keep the soil in! Interesting solution that. :cool:

Cheers, :beer:

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Re: Fisheye Bonsai

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This was the technique we used during the 12 week course with Georgina at Bonsai South.
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