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fish eye

1. In photography, a type of wide-angle camera lens. Oh, let me get a shot of that scene with my fish eye!
2. A scowling and/or menacing look. I didn't even do anything to her, and she's totally giving me the fish eye!
See also: eye, fish
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Dvorak, "Quantitative fractography of fish-eye crack formation under bending-torsion fatigue," International Journal of Fatigue, vol.
The fish-eye lens camera systems which have been used was Nikon D90 12.
Mr Dash, who studied undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in Swansea and Cardiff before going on to study for a doctorate, added: "Since taking pre-orders a month ago, 290 people have put their money down for the Lofi Fish-Eye.
I didn't go out to take fish-eye pictures but when I walked past One Park West I saw this shot of the building stretching away to infinity and had to take it.
A In the formulation process, both microfoam entrained in the system and macrofoam appearing on the surface can create craters, pinholes or fish-eye defects in the finished product.
Nearby, get a fish-eye view of life beneath the waves at the Mystic Aquarium, home to African penguins, sea lions, beluga whales, sting rays, sea horses and many other species.
Working collectively, students must first import images from the provided software, or take photos with a fish-eye lens.
Eliminating Fish-Eye Defects in Ductile Iron Castings (02-04 Ronald Aufderheide and Ralph Showman, Ashland Specialty Chemical Co.
CHRIS SESSIONS TAKES THE HIGH ROAD ABOVE THE SLOP and glare of fish-eye and fill-flash and wrestles his herd of ornery medium, large, and other format cameras around San Diego and God's green earth, honing his craft on the outskirts of the skateboard adventure experience (and professionally--as a photo assistant--for the bountiful spread which is the catered shoot).
The FISTA was modified to carry a fish-eye camera to help spot meteors.
The tradesman has found a seat - opposite fish-eye, as it turns out.
Although most of us enjoy a variety of foreign cuisines in stateside restaurants, be prepared to encounter the unusual abroad, such as the fish-eye soup General Electric Corporate Auditor Marc D.
It's a fish-eye panorama of pea-green pastureland, brown hills, and greenish-blue timber serrating the bold skyline.
Shot with fish-eye lenses and projected onto a 360[deg.