fish-eye


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fish-eye

n
a very small lens in a door that enables a person inside to see a visitor
Translations

fish-eye

[ˈfɪʃaɪ]
A. N (in door) → mirilla f
B. CPD fish-eye lens N (Phot) → objetivo m de ojo de pez
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presenter Holly Willoughby, pictured, after watching two contestants eating sheep's brains and drinking fish-eye juice.
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You can also experiment with multiple exposures or different lenses (fish-eye, close-up, wide-angle) to achieve unusual shots.
It can switch from a fish-eye to a telephoto lens instantaneously.
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Through several pictures of Egyptian pound denominations, ranging from the EGP 200 bill to the now-defunct quarter pound note, Fayez superimposed the image as depicted on the notes over the real-life image, then photographed them through a fish-eye lens.