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Shoot structures at different times of day

Depending on what lens you use, what time of day you take your photo, how you set your exposure, and the angle you choose from which to shoot can all dramatically affect how an object or subject is portrayed. The London Eye appears one way during the day when you use a normal lens (on the left). But the Eye looks much different on a cold December night when taken with a fisheye lens.

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