PaliKona wrote:Did you try fisheye pro (99 cent app)?
The sample images look decent...agree the others don't
look good. Your images are awesome.
Sorry Pali, I didn't see your post until now. I did try that App, but found it was giving me the same fish-eye effect that my tiny Canon point-and-shoot was - much more of a distorted, bulging face or whatever the lens focused on (circular fisheye lens). The fish-eye effect I was going for is what you see in my TR's - more of a wide panoramic image and the subject looks far less distorted with a nice hemispherical backdrop (full-frame fisheye lens). I don't know too much about photography so the best way I can describe what I didn't want and did want is pictorially!
Point-and-shoot fisheye - I promise you my brother and the girl aren't that rotund!
DSLR-like camera with a 16mm wide-angle lens and fisheye adapter (full-frame fisheye I believe):
I know we're just discussing an iPhone App, but regardless, it took me a little while to research and find what I was looking for. Hope some of that helps!