Fisheye Fun in Philadelphia

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Fisheye Fun in Philadelphia

Last spring, before flying out to Bangkok for my Southeast Asia trip, I spent a day in Philadelphia with my brother. We met up with his friend, Suzanne Tenuto, a photographer. She asked for our help testing out her new remote flash, because she often shoots weddings and the daytime sun can be challenging.

So we met on the prominent steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, I held the remote flash and Suzanne started firing away at my brother. Near the end, she took some photos of me, many which are shown below. That’s when Suzanne attached her fixed 16mm fisheye lens and we had some fun experimenting.

Check out Suzanne’s professional site  and see more of her photography on her blog: She mostly does portraiture and weddings in the Philadelphia area, but also does some travel photography (which I really love for obvious reasons).

*All photos by Suzanne Tenuto (except the last one which I shot of her).

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Stephen Bugno
Stephen Bugno
Stephen Bugno has been traveling the world and writing about it for the better part of 20 years. His articles and essays have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Seattle Times, and Transitions Abroad magazine. He blogs at Bohemian Traveler and edits the independent travel magazine He most recently set up a tour company offering authentic, small group tours at Unquote Travel. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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