General location: Australia, South-East Queensland
The Setup:I set the camera up on the tripod and balanced it on the back seat. To keep the shutter tripping, I had the cable release in and stuck down (it has two settings). I then took Evelyn for a drive via the car wash. The idea was at least I'd get something usable from the trip. I've done this before, before Evelyn came along, where I had it pointed mainly at myself and the speedo, and used a normal lens rather than the wide-angle filter. I liked those results, so thought I'd bring the idea out again. I did a practice run of this exact setup a week ago, to make sure I would be able to get everything in.
The camera & lens:Camera: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II @ 21mm
Filters: 0.42x fisheye filter (fisheye mode)
Exposure: 25" @ f/8, ISO 400 (8.8mm equivalent)
Lightroom - I wasn't going for any kind of realism in colours, and this was probably the most orange of the lot. I did set the clarity up to +100 to add edges and deepen the shadows. I also used the lens profile correction in Lightroom 3 to un-distort the picture somewhat.